The ghostess with the mostess -.staff have a bewitching time on Halloween at a day centre in Wisbech

New beginnings charity for adults with disabilities decked out for Halloween. Picture: Steve William

New beginnings charity for adults with disabilities decked out for Halloween. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

Halloween was celebrated every day for a week at a centre for adults with disabilities when staff dressed up to throw afternoon parties.

New beginnings charity for adults with disabilities decked out for Halloween. Left: Support workers,

New beginnings charity for adults with disabilities decked out for Halloween. Left: Support workers, Jody Goode and Becky Sheppard. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

The New Beginnings centre in Wisbech held fancy dress parties every day to make sure all clients had a chance to join in the fun.

A room was left specially decorated and people enjoyed music and buffet food along with games and fun.

Owner Norman McMurray said: “Staff put a lot of effort into it and had different costumes every day. They really pulled out the stops to make sure everyone had a good time.”

The next event will be a Christmas celebration on Monday December 15 when there will be a theatre production, a sing along, a magician, disco and Scottish piper at the centre at Evergreen Venture Park.

New beginnings charity for adults with disabilities decked out for Halloween. Picture: Steve William

New beginnings charity for adults with disabilities decked out for Halloween. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

New beginnings charity for adults with disabilities decked out for Halloween. Picture: Steve William

New beginnings charity for adults with disabilities decked out for Halloween. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant


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