Nimans rated Halloween a "spooktacular" success as its offices were filled with creepy ghosts and ghouls.
Aside from their traditional work in distribution, staff today took part in pumpkin-carving contests and sampled a range of Halloween cakes, while dressed as witches, monsters and mummies.
Chairman Julian Niman also got into the spirit by handing out prizes to the best-dressed staff.
"It proved a 'frightfully' fun occasion and showed what tremendous team spirit we have at Nimans," he said. "We have many great characters, although they don't normally look this scary."
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