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Scarecrow Trail

St Thomas a Becket
Scarecrow Competition and Trail in Pucklechurch

Come and join us for the 2016 Pucklechurch Scarecrow Competition and Trail during the May Bank Holiday half term. Taking place on Sunday May 1st and Monday May 2nd, we hope you enjoy guessing the scarecrow's names and exploring our village and historic church.

This year's theme is, "A character you would invite to your birthday party," so a great day out for all the family.

As usual, there will be stalls, sandwiches, cream teas and cakes available at the church on both days, along with some musical interludes for you to enjoy.

Simply arrive at church, pick up your entry form with clues and map and set off around the village on foot to guess the scarecrows' names. Return your entry form to church by 4.00 pm on Monday 2nd to be in with a chance to win a 50 cash prize.

The village also boasts three pubs, two cafes, a newsagent's and a village shop, so there are plenty of options for lunch/refreshments as you explore!

Trail start times:
Sunday 11.30 am - 4.30 pm and
Monday 10.30 am - 4.30 pm.

Prices: 1 children, 2 adults, 5 family ticket (up to 5 people).

If you would also like to join us at 10 - 11 am for Church on Sunday morning, you are very welcome to do so.

Entering a scarecrow to the competition.

If you live or work in Pucklechurch and would like to enter a scarecrow into the competition (and win 25 for best scarecrow!), please download this pdf and follow the instructions. Send details of your scarecrow to Gill at . We look forward very much to seeing them all.

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Click on the year to see past entries for the Scarecrow Trails







 2015 (Please not this is a large 10Mb file)

All profits are in aid of St. Thomas Becket church.