THE ANNUAL Little Sutton Scarecrow Festival has concluded, bringing an end to the week-long celebration for the village.

The festival is organised through the PALS group on Facebook (Positive Action for Little Sutton), which has also generated a Google map to enable pins, locating the whereabouts of the scarecrows.

Beginning in 2019, the festival was created as a way of bringing the community together and has grown ever more popular each passing year.

Organiser, Steve Hewitt said: “It’s been another successful festival for us. There were around 120 pins showing scarecrows on Google maps and from driving around I’ve seen lots of other scarecrows. My best guess is that there are over 200 this year.

“We’re hoping to build on our success, and hope that more people, groups, and businesses will join in. “

“If our neighbours in the surrounding areas want to join in – the more the merrier!”

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Scarecrow Festival is an event the entire community supports with local groups such as Ellesmere Port Sea Cadets, the Methodist church and girl guides all getting involved.

Plans are already in place for the 2023 festival which will take place on the 18 – 25th June next year.