Halloween pumpkins carved by Welwyn Hatfield Times readers
HARRY Potter, Lord of the Rings’ Gollum, A Nightmare on Elm Street’s Freddy Krueger – these are just some of the fictional characters carved into pumpkins by Welwyn Hatfield Times readers for Halloween.
Readers have been busy carving plenty of pumpkins since our request in last week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times for you to send in your Jack O’Lantern pictures in preparation for Halloween.
* WGC woman Elaine Young and her children Jordan, 15, Craig, 12, 10-year-old Poppy, Hallie, six, and three-year-old Cody, carved various pumpkins in preparation for Halloween.
“They are all going to be displayed outside our house next weekend,” Elaine, of Mill Green Road, said.
“I have also carved six others which can be seen inside our local Morrisons store.”
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* Richard Walker, wife Angela, and son Craig, of Hatfield, carved various pumpkins featuring, among others, wizard Harry Potter, Freddy Krueger and Gollum.
* Welham Green youngster Hannah Reid sent in a picture of the pumpkin she and mum Maddy carved.
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* Four-year-old Sophia Curtis, of WGC, really got in the mood for Halloween by dressing up as a witch.
Dad Steve said: “Sophia loves Halloween and dressing up!”
* Oliver Ragless was a little bit too young to carve a pumpkin – he’s not even a year old – but mum Sarah and dad Simon, who both work in WGC, got him in the Halloween spirit by dressing him as a pumpkin instead!