Children and adults alike have had great fun making Scarecrows for the Sea Mills and Coombe Dingle Scarecrow trail. Even more have been able to get out to enjoy seeing them. It’s been lovely to see so many people with their trail maps, ticking off the scarecrows and planning to see them all.
There’s a dinosaur, a unicorn, Harry Potter, one standing on his head and other sitting on a roof! Some people have worked with neighbours to make their scarecrows and it’s really brought the community together.
The trail runs until 6th September 2020 and there are scarecrows at 39 sites across Sea Mills and Coombe Dingle, so wherever you live you’ll probably see one whether you are looking for them or not!
“We had great fun making it. Now he’s out there I keep wondering who’s sat on our bench! We have had lovely comments about him.”
Trail maps can be downloaded free from this website or from Café on the Square for a suggested donation of £1. Any surplus after printing costs will go toward replacing the map sign on the Square which rotted off its mounting in February.
Thank you for helping!