Bognor Regis businesses are in full-swing preparing for festive events.
Dressed in their best halloween costumes, children and families got involved with activities around the town centre on Saturday.
Heather Allen, Bognor Regis Business Improvement District co-ordinator, said:
“It’s fantastic that so many people turned out to take part on such a blustery day.
“It was great to see everyone in their costumes, enjoying the town centre and getting involved with the activities the businesses had laid on – especially in the Station Road area. “Watching the street art develop was fantastic, and we’re delighted with the feedback it’s received from members of the public and the businesses up by the station.
“It’s a shame we had to cut down the evening performances as a result of the hideous rain, but that’s not put us off trying again – we’re planning activities in and around the station as part of our Christmas festivities.”
The BID team is gearing up for its Christmas events that will take place over the festive period.
Musicians and street artists will be performing over the four weekends leading up to Christmas day. From jazz to classical, elves to ice people, BID promises that there will be something for everyone.
November 30 will mark the start of the BID events, with live music in various locations adding to the Christmas atmosphere, and a series of exhibitions and workshops by local artists at 7-11 York Road.