Spook-tacular kids in Moulton Chapel

Children line up for the fancy dress competition
Children line up for the fancy dress competition
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Moulton Chapel’s third annual Pumpkin Party got everyone in the Halloween mood as they donned fancy dress last Saturday.

The party also saw the crowning of a new Prince and Princess for the villages annual Tuliptime Parade on May 1 next year.

Judge Trudie Mason, who also ran the disco, chose George Garett (7), of Weston Hills as prince and Scarlett Meaby (6), also of Weston Hills, and Lexie-Mae Budworth, of Moulton Chapel, as princesses.

The event took place at Moulton Chapel Community Centre and over 100 people of all age groups attended.

Chairman of the Tuliptime Committee Jenny Stanberry said: “Everybody really enjoyed it, the children were really tired out after running around all evening!”

Other activities going on during the event included a fancy dress competition to 
decide the most bewitching outfit and a Best Carved Pumpkin competition.

Nearly £280 was raised by cake stalls and a raffle which will go towards the funds for the parade next year.

A page of pictures in tomorrow’s Spalding Guardian


Tuliptastic at Moulton Chapel