Ghosts, witches and skeletons were among the visitors to the Halloween-themed Kiewa Street Market on Sunday.
Rotary Club of Albury North president Anne Hayward said guests came dressed in fantastic costumes.
"People got really into the spirit of it, we had whole families coming dressed up," she said.
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"We had a couple of little girls that were just beautifully dressed as witches and things like that.
"The Rotarians all got dressed up in some really quite spooky stuff, too."
Ms Hayward said the gate takings were good considering the Border's COVID-19 outbreak.
"I think we had what I would term a good regular market," she said.
"At this time of the year we would have a pretty similar market, whether we had COVID or not, in the numbers that came through.
"There was a great amount of store holders and we would have had a lot more kids if it hadn't been what it is with COVID at the moment."
Ms Hayward said it was the first time the Kiewa Street Market had staged a Halloween event and the market committee was keen to make it an annual event.
"We're trying to increase the events that are happening at the market because it brings people to the market," she said.
"It also makes it an events market which puts it on a little bit on a bit of an edge compared to other markets.
"But it's not just about the market itself, it's about giving people entertainment for families on a Sunday morning."
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