Two nights of spooky fun in Maryhill have set the scene for Hallowe’en!
Residents associations in Maryhill supported by Maryhill Housing staged the occasions full of family fun for the most frightening night of the year which takes place this evening.
The first took place at Ledgowan Hall in Maryhill and was organised by the “Mini-Multis” Residents’ Association followed the next evening by similar scary antics at the Maryhill Locks housing development organised by the Valley and Locks Residents’ Association.
Both were a spook-tacular success with many youngsters and some grown ups getting into the spirit of things by dressing up.
Zombies, skeletons, princesses, Ninja turtles, werewolves and even a dog dressed as Superman helped make both evenings a great success.
A highlight was undoubtedly the “Zombie Walk” where alarming-looking actors and students in training to be actors – hired for the occasion – posed as the bloodthirsty walking dead and scared the living daylights out of people.
Jamie Ballantine of Maryhill Housing said:
“Both events were great fun and couldn’t have happened without the hard work of the residents’ associations. We applaud the efforts they made to make sure everyone had fun. The housing association is pleased to be supporting both organisations.”
Pictured: Scary stuff…….”zombies” on the loose in Maryhill with local youngsters