Abi Stones, organiser, said: "The Scarecrow Trail started last year during lockdown.
"This year people asked if we could do it again with a view to it being an annual event.
"Over 80 scarecrows were displayed this year across both villages. They were brilliant, people are so creative.
"Events like this really bring the community together. It was lovely to see families walking round and taking photos with all the scarecrows.
"Two local businesses, The Coach and Horses and Barnacle Bill's Chippy, both offered prizes for their favourites which was fabulous."