SCARECROW THEME for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee year: “Historical Moments from the Past 70 Years”.
Entry forms are available from either the “Nest Café” or “Hudson’s Kitchen”, Crosspool Precinct Sandygate Road.
Entry £4 – all proceeds go to Friends of Lydgate Association (FOLA)
Any resident can enter a homemade Scarecrow to display in a front garden or other location which is open to public view, but not in a public space
Making a scarecrow is relatively easy and affordable. It is something that families can take part in safely. The appearance of scarecrows in your front garden should create an element of surprise and a talking point for everyone to enjoy during their daily exercise.
When making your scarecrow please be sure not to put anything in or on it that could fall off and become harmful to animals and wildlife habitats.
Scarecrows to be displayed for judging during the Crosspool Festival Week, Friday 24th June and Saturday 2nd July.
Thanks to the generosity of local businesses there are worthwhile Prizes up for grabs. The winner and two runners-up will be announced on Saturday afternoon July 2nd at the Crosspool Summer Fayre, Crosspool & District Youth Sports Trust, Hall/Field; Coldwell Lane, Crosspool.