Popular Scarecrow Trail set to return
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Scarecrows will be out in force once more around one north Suffolk village this weekend.
Reydon will play host to more than 50 scarecrows at this year's Scarecrow Trail – which is being held this weekend (September 9-10), with scarecrows on the move on Saturday.
The popular Reydon Scarecrow Trail returns with the scarecrows in place as the trail runs from 11am to 6pm on September 9 and from 11am to 5pm on September 10.
A spokesman for the event organisers said: 'There will be 'The Most Popular Scarecrow' competition again, as voted for by the viewing public, and the Sunflower spotting.'
A colouring competition for children will also run at the village hall on both days, with refreshments available throughout the weekend in the village hall, between 11am and 5pm.
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'Programmes cost £3, which are available on the day from the village hall, and once again all money raised will go to the Reydon Christmas lights committee,' the spokesman added.
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