27th October 2006 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Bewitched: Halloween may traditionally be a time for witches, devils and ghouls, but there are ways to avoid its occult undertones. A former primary teacher has written a practical guide to help schools and Church groups focus on its 'positive' aspects. Don't freak the pupils, page 3; leader, page 20.

Photograph by Getty

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