PTB’s Halloween Trail was all about the ghouls…

For the second year running we joined up with the Penge Traders Association to present a spooktacular event in Penge….  And my word, it was truly monstrous!

Based on the number of treats gorged by the ravenous hordes of little beasties that converged on the High Street, Maple Road and Penge Lane, we estimate over 500 little witches, vampires, werewolves, zombies, mummies and even a ghost train (!) attended.  Add their assorted parents and guardians, many of whom were also dressed up (we especially liked the honey monster!), and you get an idea of how busy the event was.  

The trail started at the Bridge House with a face painter and ended with a huge party at the Goldsmiths. In between there were bubbling blood couldrons, special spooky art and ghostly lairs aplenty.

We had a wail of a time (geddit?) running it and hope you all enjoyed it too.

We’d like to thank each and every one of the marvellous SE20 businesses who took part:

Bridge House
SE20 Cycles
Bonny’s Beauty
Chez Yves
Maple Cafe
Bluebelle Cafe
Penge & Cator Police
Himalayan Kitchen
Crooked Billet
SE20 Art Group
Penge Cafe Bistro
Solitaire Jewellers
Designer Drapes
Macks Pharmacy
Favourite Chicken
Fashion House
Cafe Casbah
Murray Brothers
Dew Beauty & Wellness
Stitch to Stitch
Property World
The Goldsmiths
Pretty Little Cupcake
London Door Company
K&O Pest Control

We’d also especially like to thank Ian and Judy of Designer Drapes, Andy from Press Gang and Sally from Retail Revival for helping with the preparations prior to the day.

Finally, here are some more of our favourite snaps of the day












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