Paull Scarcrow Festival – Update

ON BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY, 30th August 2010, Paull Village Hall will be sponsoring the Annual Scarecrow Festival from 10am – 5pm. If you would like to enter a Scarecrow you just need to get your entry form from any of the pubs in the village of Paull, fill it in and hand it back together with your £1 entry fee no later than Friday 27th August 2010.

Judging will be by public vote and a map and a judging form will be available on the day from the Village Hall price 50p.

The Village will have other entertainment including the ‘Best Decorated Bike’ at the Village Hall 1.00pm and ‘The Craziest Hair Style’ at the Village Hall 1.30pm.

Tea, coffee and snacks will be available in the hall as well as tombola, cake and book stalls.

It you would like a great fun day then why not come and follow the Scarecrow trail. The trail will take you as far as St Andrew Church which not only has a display of Scarecrows but also a ‘Wedding Dress Down the Ages‘ FREE display.

We look forward to seeing you there.

See St Andrew Church Paull Calendar of Events for further information or contact Paul Cross on e-mail crosspaulg@aol.com

4 replies »

  1. Hello Susan. The festival is open for enjoyment from 10:00am – 5:00pm. I’ve put the times in the main article above.

    If you are used to using Google Maps then this link will be useful. You can zoom in and out and enter directions.


  2. just enquiring about your scarcro festival are visitors welcome can you give directions and timetable for monday 30 august
    many thanks susan verity


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