Lisbellaw set for first ever Scarecrow Contest

IF YOU go down to Lisbellaw next week you’ll be in for a big surprise.

Not a teddy bear’s picnic but a number of scarecrows lurking around each corner and front garden of the village as Lisbellaw stages its first-ever Scarecrow Contest.

Starting on October 14 and lasting until the day before Halloween, residents will be displaying their own Worzel Gummidge versions in a bid to land the prize of the village’s top scarecrow.


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