Children had a spooktacular time when they took part in a family fun day at the weekend.
Rugby First put on a Halloween event at St Andrew’s Church on Saturday.
There was a monster line up of entertainment including bouncy castle, face-patining, tasty pumpkin soup, balloons, biscuit decorating, magic show and fancy dress.
Rugby First managing director Aftab Gaffar said everyone enjoyed the Happy Halloween event, held in the church grounds.
He added: “We did as part of our family fun day that takes place on the last Saturday of every month.”
It included a fancy dress competition and balloons and attracted about 300 visitors.”
Rugby Mayor Tony Gillias took part in the fun and had the tough job of judging the fancy dress competition.
Aftab said being in such a central location it added to the vibrancy of the town.