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Synonyms for Hallowe'en

the evening before All Saints' Day

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Hopefully you're not a skeleton but if you have a child aged between 11 and 17 they could attend one of the many Blue Light Discos that will be taking place across South Wales this Hallowe'en.
Admission charges for Light up the Night and the Hallowe'en special are pounds 5 for adults, pounds 2 for children, pounds 3 concessions and pounds 12 family, while normal admission for the winter period will apply for the Christmas fayre.
Around 30 members aged six to 60 took part in sit-ups, press-ups and other exercises before a Hallowe'en party.
Some are still choosing scary looks of witches, vampires and skeletons or keeping with the Hallowe'en theme of pumpkins.
Emily Parsons says Hallowe'en parties are the best ever.
Whitworths' marketing director David Smith said: "If kids eat all the confectionery they are given on Hallowe'en, they Hill, on average, consume more than five times the RDA of saturated fat, 997% times the RDA of sugar and 270% of an entire day's calorie intake for an active child in one go.
Warwick's Hallowe'en fear fest started yesterday and runs until October 30.
The chain has a whole host of Hallowe'en props from ghoulish rattling bone wind chimes for pounds 10.
Staff donated money to Greggs Help Trust, the company's in-house charity, for the privilege of dressing up for Hallowe'en.
But it's more cheery than eerie at the Park which welcomes everyone from tiny tots to grandparents to come and enjoy its FREE Hallowe'en events.
POLICING teams from Wrexham and Flintshire have helped organise events across the region so young people can have a safe Hallowe'en and Bonfire Night.
The personalised jewellery brand has created a selection of Hallowe'en beads to celebrate the scream season.
Uponanswering, I'll be confronted by a group of children dressed as ghouls and ghosts, "celebrating" Hallowe'en.