Every year since 2003 Tina Langridge and Neil Palmer have created a Halloween and Christmas display at the front of their house. With the help of their two children, this year’s Halloween display might have topped them all. The two enormous pumpkins at the front were grown by ‘king gardener’ David Hales from Warmington. Renowned for his horticultural skills, Mr Hales grew the pumpkins to raise money for Macmillan nurses. Due to their size, the pumpkins had to be specially transported in a Land Rover. This year’s theme featured a giant hands and feet eating tree, which caused some young children to cross the road, rather than pass within its possible reach.