Over 200 vampires, witches and ghouls descend on Chalk Farm in Jewish Care “spooktacular”

Sarah Rick Harris and Tanya Ross

Sarah Rick Harris and Tanya Ross - Credit: Archant

A “spooktacular” fundraiser saw more than 200 people dressed in their scariest outfits descend on Chalk Farm on Saturday night in support of Golders Green charity Jewish Care.

Held at The Cuban bar in The Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, it was the charity’s fourth annual Halloween event and was organised by its young rock committee.

Supporters, dressed as witches, vampires and bloodied werewolves, raised £4,000 for the organisation which provides health and social welfare support to vulnerable members of the Jewish community.

Daniel Carmel-Brown, director of fundraising and marketing at Jewish Care, said: “Our calendar of events for young adults in the community is varied and we encourage people from all walks of life to sign up to come along to a future event.”