As mentioned in last week’s blog, Halloween trails have taken the place of Trick or Treating this year.
I had grand plans to visit both the Great Western Park and Ladygrove trails but I only made it as far as GWP (plus a few in Hagbourne).
Great Western Park trail
With over 70 houses taking part there were plenty of scarecrows to find.
Little Red Riding Hood looks very happy beside the wolf.
I’m rather glad I don’t live here, I think this one would scare me!
It’s tricky to see in this photo but I loved the ladies dress.
This Halloween display had plenty of pumpkins.
The three witches, one looking a little wind blown on the day I visited.
I’m reliably informed this is Jason from Friday the 13th, but I’m too scared to watch horror films.
I also had to ask the family who these were; they’re (hopefully) Mr and Mrs Potato Head from Toy Story.
I loved these eyeballs!
But this was my favourite scarecrow. Little Miss Muffet on Reed Street.
East Hagbourne Halloween trail
East Hagbourne opted for a haunted decoration theme. Some houses created scarecrows, others had carved pumpkin displays.
There was a large spider and spider web on the path behind the church. Fortunately I didn’t get caught in it.
I didn’t fall in the witches cauldron either!
Have you decorated your house or followed a trail this year? What did you think?