ONE of the scariest children in the UK is living in Heysham.
After sending in his picture wearing his best Halloween outfit and saying why he is so scary, Noah Begley, from Greenfinch Way, has won one of ten places at the world’s first Hallowe’en ghoul school.
He was chosen from hundreds of children aged five to 11 by judges including celebrity dad Jeff Brazier.
Noah, eight, said: “I’m really really excited! I’m very proud to be picked as one of the 10 from the whole world!”
The Ghoul School will open its doors to the 10 shortlisted winners on October 8, who will attend classes on a variety of subjects including wizardry, spells, pumpkin carving and magic.
Noah will compete to be crowned Head Girl and win the chance to become a Woolworths.co.uk Halloween product tester during October, along with a host of other great prizes.
Ghoul School will take place at Speke Hall in Liverpool on Saturday, October 8.
Speke Hall, a haunting 15th century Tudor manor house that once hosted TV programme Most Haunted, will change its name to Spook Hall for the day to add to the spine-chilling fun.
Jeff Brazier, Head Teacher of Ghoul School, said “Choosing the 10 scariest children for Woolies Ghoul School was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do.
“All of the entrants were so terrifying! I loved that he likes to put plastic spiders in people’s drinks, so I just had to pick him! Good luck Noah!”.
Following the special Halloween Ghoul School, the winners crowned Head Boy and Girl will be unveiled on Woolworths.co.uk on Monday, October 10.