There were frightful goings-on in Beith as families dressed up for a spooktacular event at Geilsland Estate.

Fright Night was organised by Beith Trust and saw around 200 children and adults enjoy a haunted house, sensory forest, arts and crafts, and a spooky performance by Dance Mafia.

Emma Madden, communications officer at Beith Trust, said: “It went great. There were about 100 kids and probably about 60 or 70 adults.

“It was just to put a wee bit back into the community and enable us in future to run the activities we do in the Garnock Valley.

“It was for kids and adults. When they first arrived, we had crafting and they got to make their own lanterns.

“Then there were storytelling sessions, one which was in the sensory forest.

“We had created a haunted house, which was all set up. As they came out the haunted house they were surprised by Dance Mafia who were performing. It was really good.”