Enter if you dare… ‘Voyage Scare’ Halloween party in Essex!

Voyage DCA Essex held its annual ‘Voyage Scare’ Halloween party at its office in Clacton-on-Sea. The staff transformed the office into a spooktacular party room for the people we support, filled with lots of creepy snacks. The people we support arrived in their most frightening costumes ready for a fun-filled afternoon of games, laughter and food.

Branch manager and part time crooner, Gary Booker, kicked the party of with some Halloween themed ‘Garaoke’. This led onto a round of scare-themed games including apple bobbing, a spooky drawing competition and wet sponge tossing.

Some competition winners include…

  • Best fancy dress – Terry
  • Best spooky drawing – Georgina
  • Apple bobbing - Michael

Everyone had an absolutely fantastic afternoon at ‘Voyage Scare’. Next up – Christmas! Charlie Crick, one of our area recruiters, has promised to host a festive extravaganza which the team and the people we support in Essex are all eagerly anticipating!

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