Spooky season is upon us and there are plenty of Hallowe'en events in West Dunbartonshire for you to get involved in.

We've compiled a list of some of the spine chilling events happening in the area.

Geilston Garden​

The garden will play host to a Halloween pumpkin trail on Saturday, October 30 and Sunday, October 31 from 11am until 3pm.

The event description reads: "Find the clues around the garden to solve the mystery of the stolen pumpkins.

"Come to Geilston Garden for some family Halloween fun! Not too scary: suitable for young children.

"Each child will receive a small goodie bag upon entry to the garden."

To book tickets, click here.

Dumbarton Harp Social Club

The venue, based on the town's High Street, will be marking Halloween with a party in the Harp Suite on Saturday, October 30.

Shaun Deeley will be providing the tunes and the best costume will win a prize.

For more information, visit the club's Facebook page.

The Loch Lomond Halloween Encounter

Youngsters can come along to Luss to meet faeries, elves, trolls and witches at this event, with a range of slots available leading up to Halloween.

The event description reads: "LOST! The Loch Lomond Foresters have been trapped by the magic of the eerie woods. Join them as they escape this ancient woodland, enchanted by day and haunted by night… encounter unearthly forest dwellers on your way through the woods, terrified by tales of ancient trolls, furious faeries and expelled elves who dwell in the dark.

"Light effects, sound, illusions and spooky scenes will shock and surprise you on your way…

"Finish at the haunted Pumpkin Patch where you can choose to purchase your own pumpkin and hot drinks."

Visit www.lochlomondfaerietrail.com to find out more.

Ghost Tour

A walk on the dark side of Dumbarton will allow those brave enough to discover ghosts, witches, crime and punishment.

Join Cara Hamilton as she guides you through Dumbarton town centre on October 27, lifting the veil on the dastardly deeds, the spectral presences and the witches and wizards that once called Dumbarton home.

Meet up from 7pm outside the Denny Tank Museum. The tour will commence at 7.30pm prompt. Dress for the night.

For tickets, click here.

Y Sort It

The youth club will be hosting a Halloween disco for 10-15 year olds. The event promises 'music, food and plenty of frights and delights'.

Two discos will take place: One on Thursday, October 28 from 6-8.30pm at Awestruck Academy in Clydebank, and one on Friday, October 29 from 7-9pm at Bonhill Community Centre.

To find out more, or to sign up, click here.

Awestruck Academy 

Awestruck Academy will host a free Halloween party for youngsters on October 31 at 2pm, with games, challenges and prizes up for grabs. 

Tickets must be booked online or alternatively, you can pop into the centre.

To sign up, click here.

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The Hill House Halloween Hunt

The Hill House advertises this year's Halloween Hunt as its 'spookiest' event yet.

The event description reads: "Come to The Hill House for some family Halloween fun. A wee bit scary: suitable for young (brave) children!

"Each child will receive a small goodie bag upon entry to The Hill House."

The event will take place on Saturday, October 30 and Sunday, October 31 from 11am until 3pm.

To find out more, click here.