About the Dyke Scarecrow Festival

to be held from Friday 4th September to Sunday 6th September, 2020.

The festival has grown into a full weekend of entertainment supporting the amazining scarecrow display presented by villagers.

Over the three days, there will be live entertainment, a variety of stalls selling interesting or tasty items, classic cars and exhibitions.

Oh, and lots of scarecrows!

As the event gets closer we will bring you a rundown of what’s on and when.

You don’t have to be a resident of Dyke to display a Scarecrow. A space will be found for you. If you wish to take part, please contact Marilyn.

- Marilyn Howe- Dyke Village Hall      


 

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Dyke Scarecrow Festival Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Marilyn Howe
  • Organisation: Dyke Village Hall
  • Address: Dyke Village, Bourne
  • Postcode: PE10 0AG
  • Phone: 07765 496125

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