A free Halloween party in the park was put on for residents in the Florence Park community on Wednesday.
The event in Chichester was organised by charity, the Apuldram Centre and Chichester Priory Rotary Club.
The party was well attended by local children and parents who enjoyed three hours of scary fun, challenges and fancy dress competition.
The event celebrates the end of the summer season of opening at the Florence Park Kiosk by the Apuldram Centre. The kiosk will now only open on Saturdays until March 28, 2020, when it will reopen for the summer season.
The cafe in Florence Road, between Bognor Road and the B2144, had been run by Jo Millen for three years before it closed suddenly in August, 2018.
The kiosk now enables adults with learning disabilities to gain supported work experience within their local community.
The Apuldram Centre is an independent registered charity, working to support adults with learning disabilities, and has delivered services in Chichester and the surrounding area for 30 years.
Services include a dedicated day centre offering meaningful and enterprising daytime occupational activities such as horticultural, both on and off site, woodwork, cookery and arts and crafts.
Adults interested in volunteering at the Apuldram Centre or the kiosk (summer season March to August 2020) can email the charity at firstname.lastname@example.org