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For the third year running, the Haddenham Association of Scouts & Guides has organised a village Scarecrow Festival.

Individuals and organisations have created a wonderful display of scarecrows throughout the village and these can be viewed until to Sunday 24th June.

There are 71 fabulous Scarecrow entries this year.

Trail Maps (£1 donation requested) are available from:

  • Blooming Fruity
  • Haddenham Garden Centre
  • Haddenham Library
  • The Egg House Butchery
  • Haddenham Post Office
  • Bradmoor Farm

Each map contains details of how to vote for your three favourites (one vote per map).

As well as trail maps, optional donations are invited, which will be shared equally between the Haddenham Scout & Guide Association (Charity No.270223) and Helen & Douglas House (Charity No. 1085951).

If donating by cheque please make it payable to Haddenham Association of Scouts & Guides. Thank you.

Happy Scarecrow hunting!

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