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Cogges Scarecrow Festival

Children’s Fairy Tales and Nursery Rhymes theme
Weekend scarecrow trail, children’s craft, facepainting and community competition.
Free family entry to Cogges if you bring in a full size home-made scarecrow over the weekend.
11am-5pm Cogges Manor Farm, Church Lane, Witney OX28 3LA

People, community groups and local businesses in Witney are invited to join in with the second annual Cogges scarecrow festival on the 29th and 30th June.

Get involved wherever you are! Make a scarecrow in the theme of ‘Children’s Nursery Rhymes and Fairy Tales’ and take a photo in your window, garden, shop front, community space and post a photo on the Cogges Facebook or Twitter!

If you have a Cogges flyer or poster or can download one from our website, make sure you pin it onto the scarecrow for the photo and share it with all your friends.
The most individual scarecrow posted online wins a prize !
#CoggesScarecrowFestival TWITTER @CoggesWitney FACEBOOK/Cogges

Bring your home-made scarecrow to Cogges over the weekend for FREE FAMILY ENTRY! The competition prize-giving is on Sunday afternoon around 4pm.

Facepainting for £2, Scarecrow Trail for £2 - suggested donation for craft activities.
No need to book just turn up. Get creating and scare those crows away!

For more information: www.cogges.org.uk or email marketing@cogges.org.uk or call 01993 772602

Posted : 22/06/2013 17:37:38

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