Spook-tacular scenes as Old Town celebrates Halloween with a big party

Darcy Myatt, aged one, cast a spell on mum Shelley Roberts
Darcy Myatt, aged one, cast a spell on mum Shelley Roberts

Old Town turned into a ghost town - of sorts - on Sunday evening with the popular annual Halloween Party.

The ghoulish goings-on drew in punters to enjoy the ghost trains, scary fairground rides and spooky street performances.

Anabel Tabiello six, Ellie Michaels five, and Rosa Michaels four, with good will pumpkins in St. Mary's Church

Anabel Tabiello six, Ellie Michaels five, and Rosa Michaels four, with good will pumpkins in St. Mary's Church

There were also some fiendishly good food stalls, and frighteningly fun fancy dress oufits for friends and family to compare.

It all came to an explosive end with a free firework display by Dacorum Borough Council at Gadebridge Park for the thousands of attendents to enjoy.

We sent along our snapper David Satchel to capture the day in action.

Can you spot yourself in our pictures?

Matt Hatton as a spooky Henry VIII

Matt Hatton as a spooky Henry VIII

Tring School pupils from left, Joshua Bragg, George Royffe, Martin Pezet, and Harry Phillips during the Old Town Halloween festivities

Tring School pupils from left, Joshua Bragg, George Royffe, Martin Pezet, and Harry Phillips during the Old Town Halloween festivities

Mark Southern looking hungry like the wolf outside the fast food stall

Mark Southern looking hungry like the wolf outside the fast food stall

Performance from Theatre Train and Energy School of Dancing schools during the Old Town Halloween festivities

Performance from Theatre Train and Energy School of Dancing schools during the Old Town Halloween festivities

The day ended with fireworks in Gadebridge Park

The day ended with fireworks in Gadebridge Park