Julie Wasdell

PTB Halloween Trail 2018 was a scream

Every year we think the Halloween Trail can’t possibly get any bigger and each year it surpasses our expectations.  This year we estimate that six hundred little ghouls, ghosts and monsters of Penge gathered, accompanied by their parents and carers, and wandered the length of the High Street gathering treats from the lovely businesses who took part.

We had a hair raising time once more and once again, we are very grateful to the Penge Traders Association, who assisted in the event, Andy at Press Gang for printing the posters and maps and of course the 27 community minded shops, cafes, takeaways and pubs who took part:

Bridge House

Aquar Dry Cleaners

Tasty Palace

De Niros

Himalayan Kitchen

The Alexandra

SE20 Cycles

Chez Yves

Maple Cafe

SE20 Arts

Thai Delight

Bluebelle Cafe

Penge Cafe Bistro

Favourite Chicken

Solitaire Jewellers

Designer Drapes

Macks Chemist


Fashion House

Kacper Polish Deli

The Goldsmiths

Property World

SE20 Dry Cleaners

Fun Cuts

Emma’s Bakery


Dew Beauty & Wellbeing

Here’s some photo highlights from the day:

Angelina Harewood

Citizen Smith

Charlotte Elliott

Designer Drapes

Eleanor Parkin

Auntie KateE Lemmon

Gill Aldridge

Julie Wasdell

Julie Whitney

Nicky Hobbs

Vicki Barringer

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