A MUM-of-four has spoken about her frustration after her house come under attack again on Halloween night.

Jenni Quinn, of Isherwood Street, Leigh, says a gang of around eight youths threw eggs and stones at her windows from 6.40pm for around an hour in different attacks on Tuesday with one of her neighbour's cars also vandalised.

The 54-year-old, who volunteers at the Homeless Support Project in Leigh, confronted the group and was greeted with a wall of abuse.

Jenni, who has lived in her home for 11 years, said: "This always happens at this time of the year.

"With the police cuts, there are not enough officers to round up the ringleaders who are causing trouble including the recent attacks on firefighters.

"I also have five rescue dogs who were terrified when the objects were getting thrown at the house.

"It is a shame because there were lots of other kids who were trick-or-treating on the night who were well-behaved."

Jenni has also set up a volunteer group Friends of Westleigh Park to protect the green space including locking the fences and gates at night to avoid damage.

A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said: "A group of youths are being investigated for criminal damage.

"Enquiries are ongoing."

If you have any information about the incident contact the police on 101 quoting reference 1,951 of October 31.