HALLOWEEN-loving youngsters enjoyed a morning of half-term spooks at a ghoulish garden centre.

The children took part in a pumpkin-carving workshop at Cherry Lane, off the A120 near Bradwell, and lots of other fiendish fun.

They had to chance to pick their pumpkins and carve them into designs with ghosts, ghouls and grinning monsters all proving to be popular choices.

Spookily-dressed garden centre staff also put on some fun games while Halloween cookies, glasses of witches’ brew and goody bags were handed out to the young visitors.

Prizes were also on offer for the best pumpkin design and best fancy dress costume.