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Bramley Scarecrow Trail brings scarecrows to life

The scarecrows are gathering in Bramley – but will you be able to find them all?

The Bramley Scarecrow Trail sees scarecrows dotted at various points around Bramley, Swinnow and Stanningley.

To help you find them you can download the Bramley Scarecrow Trail, which shows where all the scarecrows have agreed to stay until they leave the area on Sunday, 9 October.

You can take selfies with them and share your photos on Twitter (@bramleyelderly #bramleyscarecrows) and other social media. Check out some of the Tweets so far below:

The scarecrows have been brought to life by local individuals, families and local organisations.

A panel of local judges will reveal the winning scarecrow at the Bramley Challenge event on Saturday, 1 October (12pm-4pm at Bramley Lawn). Come along and see if your favourite is a winner.

The Bramley Scarecrow Trail has been developed by local charity Bramley Elderly Action in partnership with Bramley Grows (a group of residents interested in making Bramley more edible and more fun), and supported by International Day of Older Persons.

Bramley Community Shop and Bramley Lawn provided craft materials and helped people make their own scarecrows.


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