Emmeline Ivy with Jack O’ Lantern at Uki on Saturday.
Emmeline Ivy with Jack O’ Lantern at Uki on Saturday. Mairi Manley

Witches, goblins and trolls spotted roaming Uki

IT'S Halloween on Wednesday, but the witches, goblins and trolls made a head start on Saturday at Uki.

The troll was guarding his treasure, while the Fairy Queen posed for family photos following a trip on her enchanted floating cave.

It's always magical around Mount Warning and particularly at Uki.

The Uki Hall came alive with a Magical Mountain Halloween enchanting children of all ages and adults alike.

There was the taditional bobbing for apples, as well as wand and troll stick making.

Cupcakes and pumpkin juice in the Pixie Cafe were designed with the little people in mind.

"The older and braver encountered the King of the Trolls in his Stinky Cave of Boogers," organiser Nick Hanson said.

But it was all for a good cause.

The event was a fundraiser for the Mount Warning Community preschool.



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