Where I grew in North Yorkshire, England, Halloween was frequently celebrated under the name 'Mischeif Night'. No pumkins, no costumes, no candy or other treats, just tricks. A particular favorite of mine was switching the gates to peoples drives around, that used to make the grown-ups crazy in the morning! Got up to lots of naughty stuff, but I don't want to give the younger readers ideas. We never stole any Utrics though.
This custom probably owed a lot to the Celtic festival of Samhain. I don't know if Mischeif Night is still celebrated the way we did 35 years ago. I've a sneaky feeling that the commercialised version of Halloween has probably taken over as it has over the rest of the UK. Shame.