TINY terrors visited a Widnes care home to play trick or treat with the elderly residents.
The children from Dunky’s Day Nursery dressed as skeletons, witches, pumpkins and other ghoulish creatures for their trip to Halton View Care Home.
Aged just 11 weeks to four years old, the 16 babies and toddlers also held a Halloween dance off to entertain the elderly.
The group also enjoyed a buffet of hot dogs, sausage rolls and sweet treats.
Singer Sandra Curry also performed for the residents musical hits from the 60s and 70s as part of the Halloween celebrations.
Amanda Kelly, home manager of Halton View Care Home, on Sadler Street, said: “The staff and residents loved seeing the nursery children dressed for Halloween. It was great to see them all interacting while playing trick or treat and dancing.
“Some of the children are far too young to go trick or treating outside so we were more than happy to have them visit the care home.
“We believe it’s important to celebrate the events our residents remember from their younger days, as it helps them engage and interact with others as well as reminisce.”