In pictures: Glasgow kids dress up for Hallowe’en 2020

HUNDREDS of Glasgow kids showed us their best guises to be in with a shot of winning our £150 cash prize.

We asked city kids to send in their best Hallowe’en looks and today in the Glasgow Times we publish the scariest and funniest costumes.

Monday’s paper will also feature some of the best pictures.

There was a high level of entries for this competition and for that reason we have only been able to print some of the pictures. 

The winner is Callum Winchcole as Joe Exotic, The Tiger King.
Callum, 7, is from Barmulloch and attends St Catherine’s Primary School. 

Here are some of the best costumes. 

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Patrick French as Still Game’s Victor

Patrick is eight-years-old, from Easterhouse and attends St Benedict’s Primary School. 

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Leo Howat as The Joker

Leo is eight-years-old, from Battlefield and attends Battlefield Primary School. 

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Dylan Leckerman as Donald Trump 

Dylan is 11-years-old, from Newton Mearns, and attends Mearns Castle High School. 

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Payton Murray as the scary headless lady 

Payton is 11-years-old, from Baillieston and attends Caledonia Primary School. 

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Aria Watt as a Pink Lady 

Aria is four-years-old, from Parkhead and attends Carrick Nursery. 

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Staceylee Murphy as Cyndi Lauper

Staceylee is five-years-old, from Hillington, and attends Hillington Primary School. 

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Isla Mae Ralston as Rumpleteaser from the musical Cats

Isla Mae is 11-years-old, from Govan, and attends Notre Dame High School. 

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Alba Anderson as Mary’s little lamb

Alba is a lockdown baby at six-months-old and from Carntyne.

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Freya Kennedy as a clown

Freya is three-years-old, from Drumchapel, and attends Drumchapel Family Learning Centre. 

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Alfie John Morgan as Chucky

Alfie is one-years-old and is from Castlemilk. 

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Aiden McGee as Pennywise from IT

Aiden, 11, is from Croftfoot. He attends Croftfoot Primary School. 

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Sommer McGee as a broken doll

Sommer, from Croftfoot, attends Croftfoot Primary School. 

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Cara Sheperd as a box of Celebrations

Cara, 6, is from Easterhouse and attends St Benedict’s Primary School. 

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Karis Crilly as a vending machine 

Karis, 11, is from Lambhill. 

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Cameron Kelly as a ‘cute little bat’

Lockdown baby Cameron is six months old and from Penilee. 

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Kayla Wilkinson as Peter Rabbit

Kayla, 2, is from Govanhill.

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Leoir Harper as a corpes bride

Leior, 7, from Colston attends Wallacewell Primary School.

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Paige McKeown as Super Girl

Paige, 10, is from Hillington and attends Hillington Primary School. 

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Cruz Kennedy as Methadone Mick from Still Game 

Cruz, 10, is from Barrowfield and attends St Anne’s Primary School. 

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Matthew Darroch as YouTube kids character Blippi 

Matthew, 2, is from Croftfoot.

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Rebecca Darroch as Wednesday from The Addams Family

Rebecca, 4, is from Croftfoot

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Kayden O’Donnell as Superman

Baby Kayden is from Cambuslang.

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Lyra and Mia McCreadie as the twins in The Shining

Both girls are 7, from Rutherglen and attend Loch Primary School. 

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Rebecca and Charlotte Rumsby as Harley Quinn 

Both girls are six, from Deaconsbank and attend Darnley Primary School. 

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Summer Doohan as Maleficent

Summer, 7, is from Possilpark and attends Saracen Primary School. 

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Oliver Brooks as a ‘cereal killer’

Oliver, 11, is from Chryston and attends Chryston Primary School. 

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Kieva as Beetlejuice

Lyndsay McIntyre sent this picture in of Kieva, aged one, from Kirkintilloch. 

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Grace Cummings as a zombie school girl. 

Grace, 7, is from Coatbridge and attends Lawmuir Primary School. 

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Elise McGovern as Boris Johnson

Elise is 16 months and from Croftfoot.

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Lewis as Demogorgon from Stranger Things

Amie MacDonald sent this picture in of Lewis, 11, from Cambuslang. Lewis attends Cairns Primary School. 

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Callum Winchcole as Joe Exotic, The Tiger King

Callum, 7, is from Barmulloch and attends St Catherine’s Primary School. 

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Caoimhe Flynn as a bin lorry driver

Caoimhe, 6, from Govan attends Pirie Park Primary School. 

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Jace McNeil and Lyle Bryson as Dumb and Dumber

Both boys are two and from Thornliebank. They attend Butterfly Nursery.

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Amber Smith and Erin Morrison as the Grady Twins of The Shining

Amber, 11, and Erin, 10 are from Govan and Kinning Park. They attend Lorne Street Primary. 

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Josh as Mr Bean

Natalie Bell sent this picture in of Josh, 6, as Mr Bean. He is from Clydebank and attends Clydemuir Primary School. 

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