‘Ghoul School’ gives visitors a big scare at Wisbech Grammar School

PUBLISHED: 16:26 01 November 2016 | UPDATED: 16:26 01 November 2016

Wisbech Grammar School's Ghoul School.

Wisbech Grammar School's Ghoul School.

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Over 100 courageous students and parents celebrated Halloween in style by braving Wisbech Grammar School’s ‘spooktacular’ Ghoul School.

Wisbech Grammar School's Ghoul School.Wisbech Grammar School's Ghoul School.

The youngsters were given a torch-lit tour of the school, which is one of the oldest in the country, and were told a series of terrifying tales along the way.

Pupils in creepy costume and mortifying make-up, supplied by technical theatre manager Susan Duncan and school play director Alison Clayton, were on hand to give visitors a scare on the night, which proved to be a sell-out success.

The event was topped off with a feast of hot dogs, pumpkin soup and apple cake and was washed down with a blood-red concoction of cranberry juice, fruit juices and spices.

Alison Sloan, head of food and nutrition, said: “This annual event is now a sell-out and great fun and allows our pupils to showcase their delicious home-made food.”


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