Gunnedah has caught the Halloween spirit.
The girls at Riley’s Furniture and Carpets donned tutus and witch’s hats on Wednesday to celebrate the holiday, which marks the eve of All Hallows’ Day.
Halloween also snuck in early this year, with the Night of the Walking Dead taking place on Saturday.
Locals donned spooky costumes and met at the post office then walked down Conadilly Street to the Smithurst Theatre where a children’s disco and barbecue was held.
The dress-up event raised more than $1000 for Can Assist Gunnedah, which supports local cancer patients and their families.
It is the second time the Night of the Walking Dead has been held because of its popularity last year. Once again, it was supported by Gunnedah Shire Council.
“It was a pretty good turn-out and the kids loved the disco part of it,” Can Assist member Kate Knight said.
“We felt it was a successful night and those who were there had a great time.”
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