Our second Chorleywood Magazine Scarecrow Trail is on! The theme is LEGENDS and the Trail takes place over the weekend of Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th September. If you want to take part you have until Mon 11 Sept to register – email firstname.lastname@example.org . You will be contacted and asked for confirmation the name of scarecrow makers, the location/position of scarecrow and its name/title. We are asking participants to pay £5.50 to enter this year which will go towards the garden project at Hurstleigh Homes.
TO TAKE PART…
Make a scarecrow inspired by a legend.. it could be somebody from the world of politics, medicine or the arts past or present…choose a star of screen or stage, a fictional British icon like Sherlock Holmes or just your Uncle George.
Set up your scarecrow outside your home or business by – in the window or garden, anywhere they can be seen by passers by.
Get the kids involved in making, team up with friends, neighbours or work colleagues to pool ideas. There can be several entrants in any road.
Click Scarecrow Trail to see last year’s entries !
Participants this year include: Chorleywood Bookshop, Andrew Fleming Florist, Van Hage Garden Centre, Rowan Garden Centre, Peace Hospice Shop, Dogs Trust Shop, Lords, Wright Tile and Bathroom Centre, Morgan’s Deli, Rootz, John Roberts, Sewell and Gardner, Hattie’s Café, Old Macdonalds, The Land of Liberty, Chenies Manor, Chorleywood Parish Council and Rangers, Chorleywood WI, Chorleywood Orchard, Chorleywood Scouts, Chorleywood Beavers, Christ Church School, Chorleywood Primary School, Russell School, Chenies School, Christ Church, St Andrew’s Church, Friends of Chorleywood House Estate, Chorleywood Tennis Club and lots of residents!
TO FOLLOW THE TRAIL
Trail map/voting forms available from Chorleywood Bookshop, Van Hage, Lords, Rootz Coffee Lounge, Andrew Fleming Florist and Rowan Garden Centre from mid September. Voting forms should be posted in the boxes at these locations by Mon 2 October
THE TRAIL IS SUPPORTED BY CHORLEYWOOD ESTATE AGENTS JOHN ROBERTS AND SEWELL AND GARDNER