It was all systems go at Beningbrough today. The team has been working away for several weeks now, on an extravaganza of activities for Halloween half-term week - and today it was setting up day.
The studio office was full of pumpkin creatures this morning, ready to be put out on the trail. The spider is minus his legs here - they had to be attached once he was in situ, otherwise he'd have been too big to move!
The trail leaflets arrived, to much excitement as they were designed here in house. They're now in Reception, waiting for the first children to arrive in the morning!
Margaret, master pumpkin monster maker, sets out with the first trolley-load of pumpkins to put out for the trail (covered over for extra secrecy!).
Margaret with the vampire pumpkin monster. We can't tell you where it is though - you'll have to come and find it!
And here's the skeleton pumpkin - with some little ones from the garden to keep him company.
Yes, this is a pumpkin too - a very ghostly one!
Meanwhile, Jo was busy decorating the bothy - dealing with yet more scary creatures.
And Sue was in the bothy too, decorating it and setting up the 'guess the weight of the pumpkin' competition.
It was quite late by the time everything was finished, but great to see all the plans come together. Let Halloween half-term week begin!