Residents at a RMBI care home in Cramlington got creepily creative during a morning of Hallowe’en-themed sand art.
With spooky music in the background and lots of Hallowe’en decorations in the lounge, residents at Scarbrough Court put together colourful pictures of pumpkins, bats and witches.
They were supported by James Murray, a sixth form student at King Edward VI School in Morpeth.
Activities co-ordinator Dawn Peters said: “At Scarbrough Court, we engage with the community as much as we can so residents can team up and socialise with people.
“James joined us for our Hallowe’en art session and both he and the residents thoroughly enjoyed getting their hands sandy.”