Wray Scarecrow Festival: Take a tour round the weirdest and wackiest creations

The villagers of Wray are back this year to create some weird, wacky and wonderful scarecrow creations to surprise and delight visitors.

Wednesday, 1st May 2019, 10:46 am
Updated Wednesday, 1st May 2019, 12:25 pm
Scarecrow

Each year visitors can wander around Wray village, discovering the host of scarecrows (all themed in annual topical themes) that have popped up in village gardens, and can be found peeking out of windows and perching on balconies. The festival is on until Monday May 6th. (All pictures by Dan Martino)

This one gave us a giggle
Early scarecrow

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Adam Mackley, aged 5, with one of the scarecrows
Vive La Revolution
The Mad Chatters Tea Party
The Evolution of our Scarecrows
The Evolution of Stickman
The Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
The Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
The bee keeper
The Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
Trouble brewing at Hundred Acre Wood
Fred Flintstone
Postman Morris Longton with Postman Pat.
Stephen Strawking
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
Terrifying!
The octopus
Stone-age Scarecrow
Dinosaur eggs
Tiger Woods
More dinosaurs
Guide dogs, past, present and future
Devolution??
Three brass money scarecrows
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
Red Riding Hood's granny?
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
The beekeeper
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
The Invisible Man
I heard it through the Apevine
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
This lot look a little sheepish
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
John Gordon with one of the scarecrows
Bill Bowman
Survival of the stickest
Good plastic recycling here
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
The Missing Link
What came first, the chicken or the egg?
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
Fun, functional, fundamental
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
Brexit, stay or leave?
Wray Scarecrow Festival 2019
Adam Mackley, aged 5
Peppa Pig