By Haddenham Webteam - 8th June 2020 8:30am
Photographs of all this year's wonderful group of Scarecrows have now been uploaded to our Galleries section.
Our sincere thanks to everyone who sent us their photos, with additional assistance from Giles Flaxton and Gill Harvey who kindly toured the village and 'mopped up' the missing ones.
Depending on the device you are using to view the images, you may not be able to see the names of the individual Scarecrows and their creators in our Galleries section.
This need not matter if you don't intend to vote for your three favourite entries.
If you intend to vote, however, your best method of viewing the photographs is via our Flickr page.
To view the photos, go to our Flickr page and then click on
'by Keith Milmer'
Simply select the first image and then you can scroll through the whole set using the forward and backwards arrows.
The entry number of each Scarecrow, together with the name of its creator and the theme of the Scarecrow appear below each image.
It sounds a lot more complicated that it is in reality ... honest!
Here's the Flickr link once again.
To see a complete written list of all the entries and the Trail Map, see the PDFs featured on this page.
Please don't forget to make a donation to this year's fundraising cause: Medical Detection Dogs to support their new research into the dogs' ability to detect Covid-19.
1. Via the JustGiving page
2. By Bank Transfer to 40-08-39, Account 51035185
3. By cheque (payable to Haddenham Association of Scouts and Guides) or cash in an envelope delivered to 7 Dovecote HP17 8BP or 70 Stanbridge Road HP17 8HN
Vote for your 3 Favourites!
Once you have had an opportunity to view all the Scarecrows outdoors or online, everyone can choose THREE favourites and vote by email firstname.lastname@example.org
or text 07554 141810 by Monday 15th June.
The three most popular will receive a small award and ALL participants will receive a Certificate of Participation after the Festival.
Enjoy the Festival!
On behalf of the Haddenham Association of Scouts & Guides
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