Estate in Bridgend turned into fright-fest just in time for Halloween, but is it Wales' scariest?

Houses are competing against each other to raise funds for Velindre Cancer Centre

More than 23 houses on an estate in Bridgend have been stunningly decorated for a Spooky Trail this weekend.

It is the second year residents on the Parc Derwen have decided to decorate their houses for Halloween, while they are also known locally for their Christmas displays.

They appear to have out-done themselves this year with terrifying looking clowns, frightening figures, flashing lights and grim looking graveyards.

Inquisitive visitors are being asked to donate £2 for a map and a voting card, on which they can have their say on which house is decorated best.

There's been plenty of attention to detail on the Parc Derwen estate

People following the trail will also be asked which charity they would like to see benefit from the funds raised.

There are also competitions for the best scarecrow and best dressed.

The estate began decorating their houses for Christmas after resident Kerri Ince was diagnosed with cancer and wanted to raise money for Velindre Cancer Centre.

Kerri said: "We started this back in 2018, and as the estate started to grow we have been able to grow and start Halloween and we hope to put more events on all year round."

She hopes that funds raised can pay for books at Velindre that help explain to children what is happening if a loved one is undergoing treatment.