Brochers get into the Halloween spirit

Fraserburgh Gala has been boosted ahead of next year’s gala with a Halloween party for children which raised £373.74 for the gala fund.

Elsewhere, the Solomon Halloween disco saw youngsters turn out in full, spooky costume to take part in a costume
contest.

Scot Burgess, who runs the Solomon disco parties said the reason for the discos “was to give the kids of Fraserburgh a chance to party and make friends, and so far has been a great success.”

You can find more information on the Solomon disco parties by searching Facebook for ‘Solomon Disco Partys’ [sic].

Cheers Cafe Bar and Tavern also held a Halloween event, with adults coming dressed in their Halloween best to take part in an ongoing, online Halloween
competition.

The costumes with the most ‘Likes’ on Cheers’ Facebook page receiving a prize.

For more information on the contest and to vote, find Cheers Cafe Bar and Tavern on Facebook by searching for ‘Cheers Cafe Bar and
Tavern’.