Scarecrow Festival set for this weekend in Brackley

Fans of Wurzel Gummidge will be in their element this weekend with the launch of the first ever Brackley Scarecrow Festival.

Tuesday, 22nd June 2021, 9:28 am
Updated Tuesday, 22nd June 2021, 10:10 am
Fans of Wurzel Gummidge will be in their element this weekend with the launch of the first ever Brackley Scarecrow Festival.
Fans of Wurzel Gummidge will be in their element this weekend with the launch of the first ever Brackley Scarecrow Festival.

The fun kicks off at 10am on Saturday June 26 with open air shopping at Bracken Lea primary school featuring guests the Brackley Morris Men and Brackley Wind Ensemble.

There will be tea, coffee, cake and a tombola at St Peter’s from 11am to 3pm and homemade cakes, preserves, notelets and cards at Brackley Methodist Church at the same time.

On Sunday a range of Brackley fundraisers will have stalls at the town leisure centre from 10am to 2pm. Stalls include the Brackley Elves, Dogs for Good, Hogwatch, Helping you Live, Brackley Library Friends, The Lighthouse Centre, Brackley Wildlife Trust and the MS Society.

The Brackley ice cream man will be supporting all the above events as well as visiting other scarecrow locations around the town.