Saturday was a drizzly day but at least it kept the temperatures up so it wasnt as cold as it had been earlier in the week. Lessons went on in the school all day but it was dry enough for the last lesson to be held outdoors which gave the Committee more time to get the school ready. It is a large area to decorate but it looked quite effective at the bottom end with a quite a few goulish looking things hanging up. About 5pm the Bouncey castle, Slide and sumo wrestling equipment arrived followed by the Rodeo Bull and then the DJ. Giving us all just about time to get changed before people started arriving. The 10 members of the committee took it in turns to man the door and collect tickets or a £1 per person. People were asked to donate a plate of food and there was a lovely selection on the tables to pick at. A BIG THANK YOU to all that donated food. There were some super costumes and some people I didn’t recognise. All the photos are on the gallery on the talygarn website. We had a sticky 10 mins when the rodeo bull ceased to work but it was soon sorted with a different extension lead. Some of the adults think they are younger than they really are (Tracey Bertorelli Whiplash off rodeo bull!!!!) Freya’s family came all the way from Essex with Freya’s dad Andrew sporting a pulsating gory bleeding heart on the front of his T shirt. Sharon looked like a major accident (bit like she looks after any night on the town really.) Sheena I think orange hair suits you. Richard we want a costume next year and it had better rival Steve’s. The Nun was great but the less said about the large knickers the better. My attempt at the rodeo bull is getting better each year although not great I think tights don’t help, I did manage 82 secs this year. The practice I had on Jack and Destiny earlier this year did me good. It was nice to see Claire now in Aberystwyth uni and sad that Kai couldn,t make it now he is at Cambridge uni. Both having been pony club members and committee members. Approx 200 people came and it was great to have such a sucessful and fun night. The Committee worked very hard to raise enough to pay for all the equipment hire and even raised enough to donate £100 to Air Ambulance. After midnight when most people had gone the Halloween party turned into my birthday party which continued in my kitchen into the early hours, another Big THANK YOU for all presents and cards from my friends.