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Canterbury: Westgate Parks Scarecrow Trail returns for a fourth year

By Angela Cole

They may scare the crows, but they're likely to delight parkgoers this weekend.

The fourth annual Westgate Parks Scarecrow Trail in Canterbury will be held on Saturday, October 13.

Entries are expected from local schools, youth organisations, businesses, charities and individuals for the trail, which runs between 10am and is free to enter.

Emily Andres and Rubu Gurney at the Scarecrow Trail last year Picture: Chris Davey
Emily Andres and Rubu Gurney at the Scarecrow Trail last year Picture: Chris Davey

Follow the scarecrows on a trail through the the gardens and then vote for your favourite.

Youngsters can also make some scarecrow crafts for £2.

Refreshments will be available from the Tower House terrace between 11am and 3pm and at Toddler’s Cove.

Wally Wader the River Warden keeps an eye on proceedings in the Westgate Gardens Picture: Chris Davey
Wally Wader the River Warden keeps an eye on proceedings in the Westgate Gardens Picture: Chris Davey

Pick up your trail map for £1.50, including a voting slip, from the Friends of Westgate Parks’ stand in Westgate Gardens in St Peter's Street.

More details at westgateparks.co.uk

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