SOME frightfully-good window displays were on show in East Renfrewshire as part of a Hallowe’en competition.

More than 100 entries were received for the Wicked Window contest organised by the Rebecca Rocks charity.

The Saldahnas family, from Newton Mearns, were declared the winners for their bone-chilling window arrangement.

Runner-up spot went to Tony Duffy for his killer clown display, while Jacqui Wilson’s ballet-performing witch secured third place.

The competition was organised by East Renfrewshire couple Andrea and Alistair McKeown, who were left devastated in 2009 when their daughter Rebecca died at the age of two.

More than £3,000 that was raised through the Wicked Window event will be donated to the Robin House children’s hospice, near Balloch.

Andrea told Barrhead News: "We are so proud of what we all achieved.

"In really hard times our community came together, had fun and raised over £3,000 for the families of Robin House. 

"Thank you everyone who was involved, especially The Broom Cafe, Studio Two Six One, Stevenson's Hardware and The New Turban Tandoori who donated prizes."