On the 31st October of every year a special event takes place, more so on the evening. This event known as Halloween is celebrated across multiple countries with many people and children choosing to participate in this fun event by dressing up in costumes and going from door-to-door (commonly known as trick or treating in the UK) to get sweets. Sometimes when you live in a lively and popular area, you have people constantly knocking on your door, meaning you’ll need many sweets to keep all the fancy-dressed children happy. Bah Humbugs are an online retro sweet shop, also with a store in based in Masham in North Yorkshire. They sell a range of sweet hampers and buckets which are full of a range of tasty treats.

The Retro sweet hamper is an ideal choice as it contains over 1kg of sweets allowing your Halloween guests to have an extended choice of sweets they would prefer. Inside the popular sweet hamper, which has been featured in BBC Good Food, Marie Claire and the Daily Mail, are treats from the 1970’s and 1980s, including Candy Necklaces, Rainbow Drops, Refreshers and Double Dip.

Another great choice are the decade sweet hampers, with a choice of favourites from the 50s, 60, 70s sweets and 80s. The buckets include 1.5kg worth of sweets from your chosen decade, although the sweets vary per bucket you can expect to find Sherbit Pips, Bon Bons, Fizzy Cola Bottles, Parma Violets and Love Hearts.

If you are expecting many children to be at your door this Halloween the Giant Sweet Hamper which contains over 4kg worth of delicious sweets, including Pick n Mix sweets, lollipops, chewy sweets, toffees and loads more. No two hampers are the same from this range, as every hamper is hand made to order; if you do want a particular sweet included, contact Bah Humbugs and they will ensure they meet your requests.

If you are interested in any of the sweet hampers mentioned or to view the extensive range of retro sweets available from Bah Humbugs, visit www.bahhumbugs.com today to get your treats in time for the trick or treaters.