March’s hottest Halloween spot has another successful year

01 November, 2017 - 11:40
Halloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry Rutter

Halloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry Rutter

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The spooky Halloween house on Wisbech Road in March was back in action this year and had another successful night.

Halloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry RutterHalloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry Rutter

The Kelly family are the ones responsible for the ghoulish house and they’ve been working tirelessly getting the house ready for Halloween.

Halloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry RutterHalloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry Rutter

Trick-or-treaters could come by and play the tombola, buy some treats for charity or just come by to have a look.

Halloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry RutterHalloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry Rutter

This year’s charity of choice for the Kellys’ was Scotty’s Little Soldiers, all proceeds from the night will be going to the charity.

Halloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry RutterHalloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry Rutter

Scotty’s Little Soldiers support children and young people who have lost a parent whilst serving in the British Armed Forces.

Halloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry RutterHalloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry Rutter

Tommy Kelly said: “I’m actually ex-army so Scotty’s Little Soldiers is very close to my heart. I think they do a fantastic job supporting children and young people.”

Halloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry RutterHalloween at the spooky house in Wisbech Road which this year is raising money for Scotty's Little Soldiers PHOTO: Harry Rutter

Luckily the terrifying house will remain decorated for a few more days so if you’ve missed it you can pass by and take a look, for a better experience head over in the evening.


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