Residents of the Warwick district got into the Halloween spirit on Monday despite poor weather conditions.
A popular place for Halloween pranksters and revelers was the ‘Halloween House’ set up on Whitmore Road in Whitnash.
Darren Butler hosted the “House”, which featured four themed rooms; a chop shop, a clown room, a mansion and a cemetery.
His neighbors also joined in and decorated the facade of their houses.
Darren said: “We had around 300 tricks or caterers and a very special guest collecting on behalf of Children in Need.
“We raised £281.51 that evening. This will be in addition to a quiz night I hosted for children in need at the Nelson Club on Friday 28th October which raised over £2,300 £.
“Next year we plan to get better and better.”