Video: Take a virtual walk through Whitnash's 'House of Halloween' - if you dare!

Around 800 trick or treaters attended.
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Hundreds of trick or treaters flocked to a Halloween attraction in Whitnash last night (October 31), helping to raise hundreds of pounds for charity.

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Darren Butler set up the ‘House of Halloween’ in Whitmore Road which took place across his and his neighbours’ driveways.

Darren Butler's House of Halloween has been heralded a success after hundreds of trick or treaters attended the charity event. Photo suppliedDarren Butler's House of Halloween has been heralded a success after hundreds of trick or treaters attended the charity event. Photo supplied
Darren Butler's House of Halloween has been heralded a success after hundreds of trick or treaters attended the charity event. Photo supplied
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The attraction, which took over a week to build, featured six themed areas.

The event was raising money for Children in Need and last night’s revelry managed to raise £761.65. This, together with money raised from Darren’s previous quiz night, totalled £6,452.15 raised for the charity.

Darren said: “It went really well and it was busy all night.

"It was amazing. We must have had a east 800 trick or treaters come along.

Darren Butler's House of Halloween has been heralded a success after hundreds of trick or treaters attended the charity event. Photo suppliedDarren Butler's House of Halloween has been heralded a success after hundreds of trick or treaters attended the charity event. Photo supplied
Darren Butler's House of Halloween has been heralded a success after hundreds of trick or treaters attended the charity event. Photo supplied
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"People also came along from elsewhere such as Walsall, Redditch, Lutterworth and Coventry – we also had BBC Midlands Today come down and do a feature.

"It was brilliant and we will be bringing it back next year.”