Scarecrow Festival – Bramhall & Woodford Rotary

27 Aug 2015

Bramhall & Woodford Rotary Club are busy getting ready for Bramhall’s Scarecrow Festival running from 29 August through to 12 September.

The scarecrows will over the next few days be converging on Bramhall Village to begin their holiday fun.

Billy Bow, the Rotary’s very own Roving Scarecrow has been out and about  enjoying village life and has even fallen in love with I Love Bramhall’s Bella, planned a honeymoon and even got engaged! There has been a few incidents of stolen wellies, umbrellas and sadly Burt from Tesco & Ric from Construction Q’s have lost their heads! and we are appealing for their safe return.

Businesses, community groups and individuals were able to purchase a scarecrow creation kit for £20 from the Rotary and all profits will go to their charities, here’s the list of people involved, keep a look out for their scarecrow around Bramhall.

4th Bramhall Scouts
A Sweet Thought
Alexander’s Of Bramhall
Alison Preston Hairdressers
Angela Beer
Be Lifestyle Boutique
Beechwood Cancer Care Shop
Beedoo Ltd
Bramhall Bakery
Bridgfords Estate Agents
Co- operative Travel
Construction Q
Country Fayre
Crookilley Crafts
Ed’s Hairdressers
Elizabeth Bratt
Fosters Fish and Chip Shop
Friends of Lumb Lane Park
Gascoigne Halman
Hillbrook Grange
I Love Bramhall
Ian Mann Funeral Directors
Jan Barkworth
Joanne Holland
Little Big Heads
Melanie Barrand
Methodist Church Pre-School
Methodist Church Rainbows
Methodist Church
Millies’s Trust
Mosley Jarman
Moss Hey Primary School
Optique Opticians 
Pizza Express
Pownall Green Primary School
Prestbury Travel
Prydderch Financial Planning
Royal Bank of Scotland
Ryan Jake Hairdressers
Sharon Wallis Photography
Simply Books
Southern Advertising
St Ann’s Hospice Shop
St Michael’s Church
The Mill
The Three Bears
The Victorian
The Village Pharmacy
Valley School
What Lyes Beneath

There are three categories for entrants and judging will take place on Saturday 12th September at three venues around the village:

  • Barclays Bank – Local shops and offices entries.
  • Village Square – Schools, clubs and children’s organisations entries
  • Methodist church – Family and individual entries

For more information go to the Bramhall & Woodford Rotary’s website or the Facebook page.

On Saturday 12 September from Noon, the judging will take place and there’s some great prizes up for grabs. Judges include Prestbury Travel, Simply Books, Angela Beer, MP Mary Robinson and some help from Dorothy and the Tin Man!

There will be music and dance throughout the village and free parking at Meadway and Bramhall Village Square car parks.

Bramhall Scarecrow Festival 2015

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