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Scarecrows 2017
Scarecrows 2017
Scarecrows 2017

If you had driven through Hutton Rudby on 16 or 17 September 2017, you may have been surprised to see some colourful characters standing on the streets or lurking in gardens. There were nineteen scarecrows on a scarecrow trail led around the village starting and finishing at The Hub. For £1 you were given a map to find the scarecrows and a form to vote for your favourite. There were plenty of scarecrow activities inside the Hub too with games, crafts and face painting. Check out The Hub's Facebook page for more pictures and to find out which scarecrow won!

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