Spooktacular Halloween castle in Hatfield raises more than £1,700 for charity

PUBLISHED: 15:57 01 November 2016 | UPDATED: 15:57 01 November 2016

Steve Penstone-Smith outside his house decorated for Halloween and raising money for Carers in Hertfordshire.

Steve Penstone-Smith outside his house decorated for Halloween and raising money for Carers in Hertfordshire.

Danny Loo Photography 2016

A Hatfield man who turned his front garden into a Halloween castle has raised more than £1,700 for Young Carers in Hertfordshire.

Steve Penstone-Smith, 40, turned his home in Primrose Close into a Halloween castle with a witch, an electric chair and a dragon head coming out of the wall.

Steve’s wife Jolene has multiple sclerosis, and their children Kasey, 17, Kia, 15, and Codie, 12, are all young carers.

Through his display Steve, a professional props maker, is raising money and awareness for Young Carers in Hertfordshire.

He said: “Carers in Hertfordshire have been amazing. My three kids are young carers and they have done so much for my kids, I can’t thank them enough.”

The display is being dismantled today,

To donate go to https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/mrprops

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