THERE were plenty frightful frolics at a tourist attraction's annual Hallowe'en event.

Staff and visitors at the British Ironwork Centre near Oswestry got into the seasonal spirit by donning an impressive array of gruesome get-ups.

The centre was transformed by staff into a hub of Hallowe'en fun, with DJs blasting out classic horror tunes and a host of activities on offer.

These ranged from spooky stories told by our resident witch, Wanda, to the Wrap a Mummy activity to the ghost train and Scare Box Challenge

The Shropshire Wildlife Trust presented a wonderfully spooky and educational display of animal bones.

On-site artisan Wiggles offered creating pumpkin-inspired art and a very special goo making workshop.

For those wanting a little bit more of a frightening chill in their bones, there was Terror Trail and a Zombie Breakout Zone.

A spokesman said: "We transformed our warehouse into a terrifying abandoned zombie outbreak, where all those who dared were tasked with escaping the maze from the clutches of our flesh-hungry zombies."