This weekend, Halloween parties took place all over the UK and residents at RMBI Homes also participated in the spooky fun.
Residents, families and staff at Scarbrough Court in Northumberland dressed up with hats and masks to gather in the Home's lounge, which was decorated in orange and black, complete with carved pumpkins.
Residents enjoyed entertainment by local Kevin Royale, and tasted cakes and treats, as well as a round of drinks.
Activities Coordinator Stacey Hunter said: "National events like Halloween give our residents the chance to come together to celebrate and socialise. Everyone had an entertaining day dressing up as witches and ghosts."
Meanwhile, residents and staff at Connaught Court in York, took part in a range of crafty activities in the lead up to Halloween, including pumpkin carving, face painting and broomstick making.
Residents also modelled creative figures of Dracula and Morticia to decorate the Home. Gardener Chris assisted in the broomstick making activity by providing leaves from the Home's grounds.
Residents and staff at Lord Harris Court in Wokingham, also joined in the fun and celebrated the day by dressing in spooky costumes and decorating the Home.
Residents also craved pumpkins and enjoyed watching the latest release of Ghostbusters in the evening.
Last but not least, residents and staff at James Terry Court in south Croydon took part in crafty activities making broomsticks and donning witches' hats.
They also enjoyed a Halloween quiz and a tea party with Halloween cakes and jelly eye balls.