If you’re a dab hand at carving a pumpkin send us your pictures along with a spooky story and be in the chance to WIN A £25 LOVE TO SHOP VOUCHER!
Email your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org, including your name and where you’re from.
If there are any people in the picture with the pumpkin, we will need their full names in order to use the picture.
Our favourite picture & spooky tale will win a £25 love to shop voucher.
By submitting a photograph, you are giving your consent for the picture to be used on our learner newsletter & social media.
Competition will close on the 1st November 2016
Halloween or Hallowe’en is now celebrated across the world on the night of 31st October. Modern day celebrations generally involve groups of children dressed in scary costumes roaming from house to house, demanding “trick-or-treat”. Fearing the worst, intimidated householders normally hand over vast amounts of treats in the form of chocolates, sweets and candy to avoid whatever dastardly tricks may have been dreamt up by these little miscreants. The origins of these celebrations however date back thousands of years, to pagan times.
Read More: www.historic-uk.com/CultureUK/Halloween/