The apple is the star of the Halloween spookfest taking place at Sutton St Edmund on Sunday (1pm to 5pm).
Guanock House and its beautiful gardens – occasionally opened to the public – is playing host to an Apple Day, which is also a chance for local campaigners to celebrate success in their battle to stop a wind farm being built nearby.
The pumpkin will feature in a scary pumpkin competition, but there will be apple bobbing, an apple pie competition plus a quiz to name old apple varieties – and lots of prizes to be won.
In addition, there will be fancy dress, spooky face painting and a trick or treat treasure hunt.
Guanock House is in Guanock Gate.
Entry is £3 to adults, free to children.