Eagle-eyed hunters spot their superhero favourites at Witchford Scarecrow Hunt

PUBLISHED: 12:23 28 July 2016 | UPDATED: 12:23 28 July 2016

Pupils at Rackham Primary School (l-r) Abi, Phoebe, Senera, Beau, and Patrick, taking part in Witchford Scarecrow Festival, with their Wonder Woman.

Pupils at Rackham Primary School (l-r) Abi, Phoebe, Senera, Beau, and Patrick, taking part in Witchford Scarecrow Festival, with their Wonder Woman.

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Caped crusaders from TV, film and comic books were hunted out in Witchford this month during the village’s third annual Scarecrow hunt.

Superhero-themed scarecrows of all shapes and sizes were scattered around a trail on July 10, and hunters were tasked with picking them out and logging their progress on a special chart.

Wonder woman and Superman were just two of a whole host of inventive scarecrows that were hidden away for the event which was part of the village’s annual festival.

The event was a big success, and organiser, Shelley Davies-Bloss, took to Facebook to thank all those involved.

She said: “Wow, what a day! Thank you Witchford.”


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