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Bramley does Hallowe’en differently – with a scary scarecrow festival

Bramley residents are preparing for a socially distanced Hallowe’en this year – by holding their own Scarecrow Festival.

Martine Pearson is organising the event, and is encouraging people to put up scary scarecrows in their garden between Friday 30 October and Sunday 1 November. She said:

“I’d like the community of Bramley to make their own scarecrows in their own garden and for the children and their families to just walk round and have some fun looking at them. Your scarecrow can be scary or just funny.

“I’m hoping the community of Bramley will join in this.”

More details from the Bramley Scarecrow Festival Facebook page or by e-mailing Martine-pearson@hotmail.co.uk.


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