Download No Trick or Treat posters from West Midlands Police Flickr page: Halloween& Darker Nights a set on Flickr. West Mercia police are reminding people who do not wish trickortreaters to knock on their door on Friday, October 31, to put the specially designed poster on their front door or West Mercia Police Appeal for witnesses following collision RossonWye West Mercia Police is appealing for witnesses or information following a collision in RossonWye last Tuesday (4 September).
Free Halloween posters are being provided by Mid Sussex District Council and Sussex Police to show Trick or Treaters if they are welcome to call. Mid Sussex District Council and Sussex Police are asking revellers to be respectful of people who do not wish to take part in trick or treating.
Halloween will soon be with us and along with it comes the fairly new tradition of 'trick or treating' For many, especially those taking part, it's a great, fun activity, but for others, who may not welcome numerous callers to their door, it can be a " No trick or treat" poster Halloween safety advice. Halloween is lurking just around the corner, and while some people will be bobbing for apples with the kids, it can be a threatening and stressful time for others especially those of us who live alone.
Throughout autumn, Halloween and Bonfire night are enjoyed by both youngsters' adults alike all across the area. Halloween has become a huge retail boom, due to Harry Potter and the American influence of dressing up in bright scary costumes. Halloween is a divisive topic in Australiaat least, that's what police who made signs for neighbours who support or oppose the celebration think.
Not everyone wants to take part in trick or treating, or even open the door to those who do. This is why Kent Police has issued advice for residents ahead of the Halloween