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26 October 2018, 17:28 | Updated: 26 October 2018, 17:30
A pig farmer in Norfolk has gone that extra mile this Hallowe'en... building a PUMKPIN house!!!
Henry Cushing created the structure whcih is 5.5 metres tall - 4 metres wide and has around 950 pumpkins on it.
Pumpkins were placed on the wooden shelves by hand, with his wife Victoria balancing in the scoop of a JCB to reach the top levels.
The attraction has drawn a steady stream of visitors to their pop-up shop selling pumpkins ahead of Halloween.
Mrs Cushing said: "It's the first year we've ever done it.
"I saw a picture on the internet last year in America of something like this and I said to my husband we should make a pumpkin house.
"Quite amazingly just from a single photograph him and his friend who's a carpenter built it earlier this month.
"It was two solid days of sawing and hammering but I think now it's up it's pretty amazing."
Brookhill Farm is near a main road and Mrs Cushing said there had been a lot of horn honking since the house went up.
"It's so orange," she said. "I think that's the thing that it really stands out as people come round the corner."