"A primary school is considering plans to abandon its Halloween celebration in case it offends religious parents.
Teachers want to rename the party planned for the night of October 31 as an "Autumn Festival".
But parents criticised the proposed move as "another example of political correctness gone mad".
Pupils at Tonna Primary School in Neath, South Wales, were looking forward their Halloween disco. But they were left disappointed after staff told parents that the Halloween disco "might offend". One mother said: "It's unbelievable that they should mess around with a night of fun for the kids who have been looking forward to it. I think it's political correctness gone mad again."