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    No one here, but we have porch light off ( and I'm not answering the door if there was someone ) maybe when the girls are older

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    we had some, they got nothing waiting for dd1 to be picked up then locking the gate

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    We have had a few.
    We have taken the children trick or treating around the block. They had such a good time!
    I love it! It is such a family friendly activity, children have fun, you get to meet the neighbours.

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    None here. None last year either.

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    We've had a few.
    Our estate sends out a letterbox drop a week before saying if you want trick or treaters to come to your door to hang a balloon on your letterbox if you dont want them dont do the balloon .
    Theyalso requests family only trick or treat between 4pm-7pm only, they have always done that and works so well here. Always so many kids out.


    We had a balloon upfrom 4 till about 5.30 when we ran out of loot lol. Each child weve had had been dressed up and so polite .

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    We've had a few groups in the last 30mins. DH is doing a great job of scaring them and we have sounds of people screaming in the background. It's been fun. Everyone has been polite too.

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    We've had heaps. All dressed beautifully and even the parents have dressed up. Lovely manners and very polite.

    DH is out with the younger 3 while our eldest is at a Halloween sleepover.

    Love Halloween.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    I put a note on the front door saying no trick or treaters..
    Same here

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    I took my nephews trick or treating the streets in my neighbour hood were packed with parents and children everywhere.... The houses where dressed up and we had the best time we go every year. I love it everyone's friendly and in good spirits

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    We had our first lot ever this year! We don't celebrate Halloween but they were such lovely polite girls I did give them something, although it was only a chocolate biscuit, hope they weren't too disappointed! Don't think they would have had much luck with the rest of our street, it's mainly older people and empty holiday houses


 

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