A SPINE-TINGLING Halloween event is set to deliver big scares on the spookiest night of the year, but it all goes to a good cause.

Paula and Dave Pritchard have been decorating their Salop Road home with Halloween decorations for as long as they can remember.

What started out as a few pumpkins and decorations in the front garden gradually built up over the past decade to a full-scale haunted house trail – complete with live actors ready to give those brave enough to enter the fright of their life.

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The house has been getting ready for Halloween since the beginning of October with the whole family getting involved – from decorating the scenes to lurking in the shadows on the night as various different characters.

Visitors will see the Wrexham family’s front gardens turned into a Game of Thrones area, with plenty of photo opportunities with lookalike character and a fire-breathing dragon.

The event will also consist of ‘Boris Johnson’ singing, and an amazing scare maze with seven interactive immersive horror movie scenes brought to life with live actors including friends, family, and nurses from Nightingale House.

Paula’s mum and next door neighbour, Pauline Evans, told the Leader how the family’s Halloween celebrations initially started out as a family party, with the decorations attracting attention from passersby, but grew year on year and now we have up to 1,000 people coming and the queues are usually going right up the street.

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Pauline said: “The family love doing it, and it really brings the community together and at the end of the day, it is for such a good charity that most people in Wrexham will know and possibly have been helped by in some way.”

There will be a free soft play area with games, a magic show, meet and greet with Mickey and Minnie Mouse, a cake stall, ice cream van and much more.

All money raised from the event with be going to Nightingale House Hospice.

The Halloween House event will be held on Salop Road between 5pm until 8pm.