Pupils’ Halloween posters

CLEVEDON School pupils have created trick or treat posters for residents to use during Halloween.

Halloween can be one of the busiest nights of the year for the town’s police and officers have been educating pupils about their moral responsibilities and the fact some people may not wish to answer their door to trick or treaters.

Youngsters have been working with the police to tackle the issue of antisocial behaviour and took part in a contest to design posters for residents to use.

As a result, one poster welcoming trick or treaters, created by Louise Greenwell, and one asking them not to call, designed by Joe Wirdnam, were chosen as the winners.

Each poster has been printed professionally and will be available for the public to collect from Clevedon Library to display in their homes on October 31.


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