GALLERY: ‘Spooktactular’ fun at Gunby Hall’s Halloween

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Spooks and spectres kept visitors on their toes at Gunby Hall on Saturday for their Halloween open day.

Those who braved the National Trust’s 300-year-old building were greeted with darkened corridors filled with cobwebs, sinister shadows and alarming sounds.

Halloween Day at Gunby Hall. Volunteers L-R Sophie Gatenby 13, Archie Goldsmith 12, Rosie Morris 12, Mia Kendall 12, Aimee Efemey 12.

Halloween Day at Gunby Hall. Volunteers L-R Sophie Gatenby 13, Archie Goldsmith 12, Rosie Morris 12, Mia Kendall 12, Aimee Efemey 12.

The hall’s volunteers, many of which were pupils from Queen Elizabeth’s School in Alford, made the event one to remember, dressing in a variety of devilish costumes .

Gunby visitor experience manager Astrid Gatenby said: “It doesn’t take much to make the house feel haunted and a bit menacing, especially when the shutters are closed and there is creepy music being played.

“Our volunteers enjoy making our visitors jump a little and we always have a lot of fun at Halloween.”