HUNDREDS took the streets of Ayr town centre to celebrate TamFest on Sunday afternoon.

The annual event watched people of all ages take part and celebrate the apocryphal Tam O’Shanter poem written by the town’s own Robert Burns.

Ghoulish costumes were on display with entertainment from BBC The Voice’s Craig Ward, firebreathers and Dalmilling Primary schools drumming club.

The infamous Day O The Deid procession saw a fantastic turnout finishing with some spook-tacular dancing at the organised ceilidh at the bottom of High Street.

Meredith McCrindle, Chair and Lead Producer at TamFest, said: “There’s nothing like TamFest in Ayrshire. The event seamlessly combines the traditions of Halloween with Robert Burns’ ghostly tale.

“We believe that celebrating our past will brings stronger future for our town.”