Friday 9th, Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th July
Over the 3 days of the weekend (Fri, Sat and Sun) more than 30 family orientated events are being planned by various groups in the village using Church Fields, Millennium Gardens, Stables Lane Park and the Village Hall. There will be a Scarecrow Trail, music (a concert in the village hall and performances along the High Street), open gardens, exercise classes, classic cars, art, sports, street food and ending with a “Party in the Park” on Stables Lane including the Wimbledon Men’s Final on a big screen.
We are pleased to advise that Boston Spa’s 5th Scarecrow Trail will still take place on 3rd – 11th July, and as last year it will include Thorp Arch & Clifford.
The theme is Super Heroes or Disney Characters.
There will be local organisers for the two villages: Gaby Morrison for Thorp Arch, and Jenny Bakes for Clifford, who will contact you once your entry has been received.
Winning scarecrow builders in each village will receive prizes, with separate prizes for private and business/community entries; winners determined by public vote.
If you would like to take part, please complete this form. Please also indicate the location of your scarecrow on the map and put it in an envelope together with your entry fee. Mark your envelope Scarecrow Entry and post in the Village Hall letter box (note we are not, as in previous years, using Douglas Yeadon due to social distancing).
All entries to be in by Sunday 7th June. You will receive a phone / email confirmation that your entry has been received.
On Thursday 1st July you will receive your numbered card to display alongside your scarecrow. All scarecrows to be in position by Saturday 3rd July and left on display until 8pm Sunday 11th July. Once the public votes are in, the winners will be contacted by phone, and a printed list will be on display in Yeadons & Costcutter on Monday 12th July
Any questions please call / email:
David Watts 01937 845592 firstname.lastname@example.org