Lubenham's Scarecrow Weekend
Scarecrow weekend contacts Matthew and Julie Page email@example.com
Scarecrow Weekend 12th & 13th September 2015
This Year we have a Theme, Cartoon Character's and Children's Books
Once again we were extremely lucky with the weather and the turnout was amazing with Sunday being very busy. We decided to create a theme this year which proved to be very successful (Children's books and Cartoon Characters) with plenty of the villages producing some colourful scarecrows.
We had live music throughout the weekend and plenty of places to each including Indian, Stone baked Pizza, Caribbean, burgers and Hotdogs to name a few. We had 3 Tractor and Trailers constantly taking visitors around the village to view the Scarecrows.
Monies are still being counted and as always the proceeds will be divided up between various Village groups and local Charities. The prize winners for the various Scarecrow categories are as follows:
Prize draw for Villagers who registered their Scarecrow
1st Richard Humphries, Church Walk
2nd Vinnie Crook, Laughton Rd
3rd Laura & Chris, Westland Close
4th Judith Smith, The Green
Best Scarecrow Prize Draw
1st Hogwarts, made by the Prestons Main St. Prize: Sunday Lunch for 2 at the Coach & Horses, Lubenham.
2nd Only Fools and Horses, made by the Miller Family Foxton Rd. Prize: Northants & Lamport Railway Family Ticket.
3rd Incredible Hulk, made by Vinnie Crook Laughton Rd. Prize: West Lodge Farm Centre Family Ticket.
4th Tiger who came for Tea, made by Laura & Chris Westland Close. Prize: Meat Voucher
Public Vote for the best Scarecrow draw
Winner was Kerry Clarke, White St, Kibworth. Prize: £10
1st S. Jones, Lubenham £150.00
2nd Alan D, Wolvey £75.00
3rd C. Craddock, Northampton 4 person Bronze package at Peterborough Greyhound Racing
Plus 12 other prizes
Scarecrows come in a variety of guises, some telling a story others with animation, while some look remarkably like their owners. The speed camera policeman scarecrow did an excellent job of slowing down the traffic on the Main Road and the schoolboy soaked passers by when they were not looking.