Giant illuminated scarecrows, howling werewolves and wicked witches are all part of a very special and unique display happening this Hallowe’en.

The Clark family of West Kilbride will host their annual celebration after moving the event outdoors for safety reasons ­– and it promises to have many ghoulish delights.

Cameron Clark runs the event from the family household with help from his parents and sisters, and says they have been overwhelmed by the interest from the community, with all the slots having been snapped up in double quick time after putting the event online last week.

Safety is at the heart of the two events the family have organised – a Hallowe’en pumpkin patch and Witches of Winchester walkthrough – and both promise to be a lot of fun for the lucky families who booked a slot.

Cameron said: “We wanted to give people something to look forward to after such a difficult year.

“We want to thank everyone for their patience in awaiting their bookings. We have fully booked the pumpkin patch on Friday, October 23 and the Witches of Winchester walkthrough on Saturday October 31.

“We usually host a Hallowe’en indoor display but we have decided to move everything outside and families have a 15 minute booking slot to have a look around. It is one family at a time and one household can’t be more than six people.

“Keeping everyone safe is our number one priority.

“The pumpkin patch is more aimed at younger children while the Witches of Winchester has plenty of frightening elements to it but is popular with all children, as everyone likes a thrill and to be scared. Event goers should look out for the animatronic scarecrow, witches and pumpkins

“We have plenty of room and the area has been totally landscaped and it will all be lit up with eco-friendly LED stage lighting making it look spectacular.”

The visual feast is the brainchild of Cameron, 26, owner of Lawnmaster, who used his skills to create the incredible display with extensive lighting and bringing toy figures to life.

He said: I have always thought of October 31 as a very special celebration – and this year it will be even more special given the lack of entertainment and events that are happening.”

The special display is provided by Cameron with the help of his sisters and parents.

Last year, the Clarks produced a stunning Christmas celebration in their house involving 150,000 LED lights, and his year have plans to move the festive open days outdoors for 2020, with over half the days already booked.

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