Halloween: what are you planning instead of trick-or-treat?

Guardian community team
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<span>Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters</span>
Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters

With coronavirus surging again, and much of the world either locked down or trying desperately to avoid it, this is no time to go traipsing the streets visiting strangers’ homes and asking them for sweets. But the loss of trick-or-treat will be a cruel blow for many of us, particularly children.

How will you keep yourselves – and the kids – entertained without this highlight of the autumn? Will you be reviving some of the older Halloween traditions on the 31, like bobbing for apples or telling ghost stories, or giving these a new twist, or coming up with something entirely new?

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