TV presenter to open annual Keevil scarecrow trail
3:00pm Thursday 15th May 2014 in News
The sixth annual Keevil Scarecrow trail takes place this weekend, themed around historical British figures.
Scarecrows for this year’s trail, which runs tomorrow and Sunday, 10am-4pm, were made by local artists Joanna May and Eleanor O’Brien.
A £100 prize will be awarded for the first correct solution drawn, donated by Stephen Graver Kitchens, and there will also be a children’s trail.
The trail will be opened by BBC Flog It! presenter Paul Martin and there will be a barbecue, bar, tea and cakes, sweet shop, ice cream, face-painting, tombola, children’s games and a raffle.
Entry is £3 for adults and £1.50 for children, with all the money raised going to Keevil Church of England Primary School. See www.keevilscarecrowtrail.co.uk