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Stalls and teas round off a day of witches and vampires

By Shepton Mallet Journal  |  Posted: November 08, 2012

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Youngsters at Leigh-on-Mendip First School swapped their uniforms for an array of spooky costumes for their Halloween Mufti Day.

The classrooms were filled with all sorts of characters from witches and vampires, to zombies, cats, ghosts, and pirates, and even a mad professor.

The day rounded off with stalls and teas with the monies raised going towards the Friends of Leigh School (FOLS).

Among the ghosts and ghouls were two characters from Tim Burton's The Nightmare before Christmas, a Disney musical fantasy movie, with Isabella as Sally Stitches, the rag doll stitched together by her Dr Frankenstein type creator.

And her brother, Manny, was Jack Skellington the Halloweentown King, dressed in a pin-striped suit and a bow-tie resembling a bat.

Jane Webber

Community correspondent

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