Dragonfly crafts, a fairy bun café, a real spinning wheel, dragon and angel stalls, and witches' cauldron cakepops all contributed to making magic in Kersal yesterday, despite the autumnal weather blowing in across the Moor.
The Magic On The Moor event was postponed from June due to Salford Council ranger cuts but this gave organisers the chance to have wicked eye on Halloween, with many adults and children dressed as monsters, fairies and wizards.
While Besses Brass Band kept everyone warm with their enchanted tunes, marshmallows were toasted on a fire and visitors could relax with an Indian Head Massage. There was also a balloon artist busy making Spidermen and flower bracelets and real willow broomsticks up for sale, as a top day was had by all those who braved the elements.
Main photo shows Natasha and Jakki from The Pop Shop `Great Balls of Flour' with some of their magic cakepops.