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PUBLISHED: 16:37 28 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:50 16 August 2010

YOUNGSTERS got a trick and a treat when they visited a former school for a spooky Halloween party. The garden of Harcourt House, in

YOUNGSTERS got a trick and a treat when they visited a former school for a spooky Halloween party.

The garden of Harcourt House, in Grasmere Road, Bromley, was the location for a costume competition, trick-or-treat walk, face painting and live entertainment from Dracula to a back-from-the-dead Elvis.

More than 500 adults and 300 children attended the event last Sunday, raising £3,500, which will be given to the NSPCC.

Harcourt House was built as a family home in about 1870 and was then used as a school between 1908 and 1940. It was granted listed status in 2005.


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