A Halloween pumpkin competition held at Beverley’s Saturday Market attracted some scarily good entries.
The spook-tacular pumpkins were carved into a giant head, a skeleton, an owl and even a market stall for the specially-themed event held on Saturday 27 October.
The fun challenge, organised by the traders, was open to both children and adults, and all the pumpkin entries were put on display for the public.
The winners were judged by the Mayor of Beverley, Councillor Bryan Pearson, and Karen Guest from Beverley jewellers Guest & Philips.
Traders also dressed their stalls with Halloween decorations for the day.
Lisa Gray, liaison officer for the Beverley Group of the National Market Traders Association, said: “The pumpkin entries were all excellent and very creative, and the traders all got into the Halloween spirit.
“I’m so pleased people made the effort to come along, despite the cold, wet weather.”
The pumpkin winners were presented with their prizes on the day:
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