There will be spooky goings on at Sanctuary Care homes across the country as the teams and residents mark a fiendishly fantastic day.
There will be fun for all the generations at the event, including fancy dress competitions for children – and adults - spook-tastic games, a scary cake sale and a colouring competition.
People are invited to pop along between 3pm and 4.45pm today, to help raise funds for the charity that provides specialist palliative care and support to local children and young people with life limiting and life threatening conditions and their families.
Meanwhile at Lake View Residential Care Home in Telford, people from the local community are also invited to drop in for a ghoulishly great time between 3pm and 6pm.
At Ravenhurst Residential Care Home in Stourport-on-Severn cupcakes decorated in spiders, bats and pumpkins are the order of the day.
In Sheffield the team at Park View Residential Care Home will be dressed to impress as witches, ghouls and goblins.
Residents at The Rosary Nursing Home in Bridgwater are looking forward to showing off their carved pumpkins when they throw open the doors for a Halloween party and fireworks display at 6pm. On the menu will be warlock blood soup, witches fingers and spooky cakes.
Shaftesbury House Residential Care Home in Ipswich will be transformed into a haunted house, with pumpkins carved by the residents and witches broth on the menu.
Next week, on Tuesday (4 November) from 11am, the team at Heathlands Residential care Home in Pershore have invited the community along for a combined Halloween and Bonfire Night event.
The Mayor of Pershore Tony Rowley will also be judging the pumpkin carving and fancy dress competitions at 2pm.