Halloween in England
In the meantime, the creepy festival takes place all over Europe

It's that time of year again - Halloween is on 31 October and children in England are once again roaming around the houses begging for sweets.

Who is dressed up the bloodiest and who dares to go to the scariest house and ask "trick or treat"?

Often enough there are Curly Wurlies, Wine Gums, Flakes, Double Deckers, Rowntrees Fruit Pastels, Jelly Babies and Rhubarb & Custards. All typical English treats that are given away especially for Halloween.

We wish you all a spooky Halloween!

Your SENLAC Team