IT may have only just turned October but one Worcester man has already got his giant Halloween decorations up outside his home - after reaching a compromise with his partner.

Nathan Read, of Painswick Close, Warndon, has set up a ghostly graveyard complete with huge spider webs on his front lawn.

Mr Read joked that the decorations were put up early after he reached a compromise with his partner.

He had wanted to get the house covered in Christmas decorations almost three months before the big day.

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However, the couple have met in the middle with the Halloween designs.

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He said: "I was told by my other half that it was too early to put up my Christmas decorations, so I compromised and put up Halloween instead.

"I am not normally a Halloween fan myself, but I do decorate the house, just not normally to this level.

"I am looking to put more up in the coming weeks.

"Last year we noticed a lot of people putting up decorations, however, they don't normally start to do so till a little closer to Halloween."

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The spook-tacular decorations are already turning heads and people stop in their tracks to take a look at Mr Read's hard work.

At night, it takes on an even more ghostly glow with fairy lights lighting up the Warndon home and its decorations.

Mr Read added: "I put them up last night (Saturday) around 9pm-ish so that when the kids in the street went out they could gasp in awe as it is now October and our house has magically transformed overnight."

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