SHERINGTON VILLAGE FETE 2003
  Scarecrows
 
  Saturday 21 June 2003 in the Manor Garden  
 
  A total of 40 scarecrows were spotted in the village - see below - scroll down
The winners posing by their scarecrow The trophy being presented to the winners
  • The winner was the Ballet Dancer in Church End, made by Olivia Fellows and Nadine Pemberton. They won a trip to Gullivers Land.
  • There was an amazing response - lots of imaginative and excellent scarecrows. Congratulations to everybody who took part.
  • Judging took place around the village on Friday and those considered the best were put on display at the Fete next to the stage, where the awards were presented. The other scarecrows around the village provided an attractive and interesting welcome to fete visitors.
  • We have 42 photos. There are 12 on this page.
  • The others are on Page 2 and Page 3.
  • Point your mouse at each photo to get a pop-up caption telling you the location.
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  Photos 1 to 12
Lady of the Manor Scarecrow in Water Lane Scarecrow in Water Lane           Organising this Fete is very hard work, you know!            Looking a bit pale today, Mrs!
  The Lady of the Manor
 
Wanda lives at 20 Carters Close and was made by Sophie and Jessica Reid and Autumn Hales Made by Sarah Jackson at 3 Gun Lane Church End                Sarah's let me go on her great slide                    Aren't I a good dancer?
Wanda the wicked witch (the one in the middle!)
 
Perry Lane Crofts End Church Road       I'm happy - it's the Fete on Saturday       Me, I'm the baddest lad in Church Road
Beckham told me these clothes are trendy
 
Carters Close The Knoll Crofts End
Sh! Don't tell Dad I'm climbing the tree        Watch me break the speed limit!            Stop, you can't come in here!
 
  Latest update:  30 June 2003                  
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