12:07PM, Monday 29 October 2012
A pumpkin competition and face painting were among the Halloween fun at Sainsbury's in Maidenhead on Saturday.
The supermarket had set up a ghostly gazebo in the store where children could take part in a variety of activities.
Witches, skeletons and even werewolves could all be seen in the Providence Place supermarket as they got into the Halloween spirit.
Produce team leader, Jozif Robinson, said: "People have loved it, it's just about engaging with the customers.
"The kids have really enjoyed themselves."
Parents could leave their children to be entertained while they carried out their daily shop.
Designing their own pumpkins, which were provided by the store, staff would then cut out their frightening designs.
A prize of Halloween treats was awarded to the creator of the scariest pumpkin face.
The annual event was one of many taking place in Sainsbury's supermarkets across the country.
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