Let us know if you’ll be letting your children trick or treat this Halloween

By Phoebe Barton

The Halloween weekend is fast approaching, but some people are wary about letting their children take part in the traditional trick or treating this year due to rising coronavirus cases.

On October 31, groups of children take to the streets dressed in their Halloween costumes with buckets and bags ready to collect sweets and chocolates from neighbours’ homes.

Trick or treating has often been a controversial topic with many not agreeing with the concept of knocking on people’s doors in the evening.

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Throw the pandemic into the mix, and some believe it shouldn’t be allowed to take place this Halloween.

We want to know whether you’ll be letting your children take part in trick or treating, if you’ll be answering your door to trick or treaters, and if the pandemic has made you think differently about trick or treating this year.

You can have your say in our survey here.

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