PICTURES: Weston’s most adorable Halloween costumes

Lottie, Freddie, Kayden and Beau.

Lottie, Freddie, Kayden and Beau. - Credit: Archant

Despite chilly weather, Weston’s youngsters were out trick-or-treating in full force last night (Wednesday).

Pumpkins Lilia and Alfie Frost.

Pumpkins Lilia and Alfie Frost. - Credit: Archant

Young girls and boys grabbed their bags and buckets and went door to door to ask for a sweet treat.

The Mercury invited parents to send in photos of their ghoulish youngsters in their fancy dress and here they are...

Reggie McGuigan, six months old.

Reggie McGuigan, six months old. - Credit: Archant

Lilly Harding aged four and Daisy Harding 21 months.

Lilly Harding aged four and Daisy Harding 21 months. - Credit: Archant

Kim Rudall with her granddaughter Pheobe and niece Tahlia.

Kim Rudall with her granddaughter Pheobe and niece Tahlia. - Credit: Archant

Isabelle Chapple, aged nine, as Snow White and vampire Jasmine Chapple, aged 10.

Isabelle Chapple, aged nine, as Snow White and vampire Jasmine Chapple, aged 10. - Credit: Archant

Isabelle and Ellis Harris.

Isabelle and Ellis Harris. - Credit: Archant

James Skinner, aged 11 and five-year-old Emily.

James Skinner, aged 11 and five-year-old Emily. - Credit: Archant

Georgina Roberts aged 17 months.

Georgina Roberts aged 17 months. - Credit: Archant

Four-year-old zombie bride Lilly Harding.

Four-year-old zombie bride Lilly Harding. - Credit: Archant

Four-year-old skeleton Riley Chrisp and witches Sophie, aged six and Ruby, aged five.

Four-year-old skeleton Riley Chrisp and witches Sophie, aged six and Ruby, aged five. - Credit: Archant

Five-year-old spooky pirate Niamh Conway.

Five-year-old spooky pirate Niamh Conway. - Credit: Archant

Laura Stuart's children as skeleton Slash and a zombie

Laura Stuart's children as skeleton Slash and a zombie - Credit: Archant

Ella, Chase, Cody, Reef Hugo Brown.

Ella, Chase, Cody, Reef Hugo Brown. - Credit: Archant

Eight-year-old Josh Bird as It and Jayden, aged four, as Georgie Denbrough.

Eight-year-old Josh Bird as It and Jayden, aged four, as Georgie Denbrough. - Credit: Archant

Eight-year-old Bradley Newman and Bobby, aged five.

Eight-year-old Bradley Newman and Bobby, aged five. - Credit: Archant

Corey Fisher aged five.

Corey Fisher aged five. - Credit: Archant

Four Draculas. Cameron, Megan, Oliver and Archie Wilcox.

Four Draculas. Cameron, Megan, Oliver and Archie Wilcox. - Credit: Archant

Bobbie Buncombe as a mini Harley Quinn aged seven.

Bobbie Buncombe as a mini Harley Quinn aged seven. - Credit: Archant

First time trick or treating Amiee Chadwick, aged three.

First time trick or treating Amiee Chadwick, aged three. - Credit: Archant

Two-year-old Lourdes, Lexi, aged nine and seven-year-old Liam Elmer.

Two-year-old Lourdes, Lexi, aged nine and seven-year-old Liam Elmer. - Credit: Archant

Zombie pirate Maximus Henley, aged four.

Zombie pirate Maximus Henley, aged four. - Credit: Archant

Alfie and Marley Creaven, aged six.

Alfie and Marley Creaven, aged six. - Credit: Archant

Zombie doll Scarlett Brown aged three.

Zombie doll Scarlett Brown aged three. - Credit: Archant

Zombie school girl Jessica Roberts aged eight.

Zombie school girl Jessica Roberts aged eight. - Credit: Archant

Two-year-old Isabella Stuff, trick or treating for the first time.

Two-year-old Isabella Stuff, trick or treating for the first time. - Credit: Archant

Six-year-old zombies Maisie and Ellie King.

Six-year-old zombies Maisie and Ellie King. - Credit: Archant

Ruby Loud, aged seven.

Ruby Loud, aged seven. - Credit: Archant

Nine-year-old wolf Joe Rossiter and cat Amy, aged 13.

Nine-year-old wolf Joe Rossiter and cat Amy, aged 13. - Credit: Archant

Little ghost buster Tyler Cooke.

Little ghost buster Tyler Cooke. - Credit: Archant

Pumpkin Bradley Alder, aged six and eight-year-old zombie Callum.

Pumpkin Bradley Alder, aged six and eight-year-old zombie Callum. - Credit: Archant


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