YOUNGSTERS will get a trick and a treat when they visit a former school for a spooky Halloween party.

On October 25, the garden of Harcourt House in Bromley will be the scene of a costume competition, trick or treat walk, face painting, and live entertainment from Dracula and a back-from-the-dead Elvis.

The Halloween party from 3pm to 7pm costs £3 for adults and is free for children. It will raise money for the NSPCC.

Tickets can be purchased on the day from the house in Grasmere Road.

Harcourt House was built as a family home in about 1870 and was then used as a school between 1908 and 1940.

Bromley Council granted the house listed building status in 2005.

Call organiser Freda Davis on 07958 534074 for more details.