A SEDGLEY sight loss charity has set up a half-term Halloween bash for kids.

Beacon's spooktacular event will take place at its Wolverhampton Road East headquarters on Wednesday, October 31.

It is open to youngsters aged 11 and under and will help the charity raise money and help support people living with a visual impairment.

Kids will be able take part in trick or treating, play gruesome games, listen to spooky stories and enjoy a boogie at the disco.

Parents are being asked to bring their little monsters to join in the frightfully entertaining event between 2pm and 6pm.

Gurinder Atwal, the charity's community and events fundraiser, said: “Don’t be stuck at home this Halloween, get your scariest costume on and join us at Beacon for a thrilling afternoon.

"We will be providing a fang-tastic meal for your little devils and treats they can bite into.

"So join us if you dare for a night that’s sure to be scary – if you have the guts.”

Tickets must be brought in advance via www.beaconvision.org/halloweenbash and cost £5 per child.

Meal tickets must also be brought in advance and cost an additional £5 per child.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.