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Village scarecrow fest goes to the movies




Scarecrow competition and Oasby and Aisby. Alan Moore of Oasby with his Tonto scarecrow. EMN-150107-175000001
Scarecrow competition and Oasby and Aisby. Alan Moore of Oasby with his Tonto scarecrow. EMN-150107-175000001

Villagers in Heydour, Aisby and Oasby went to the movies when they held their own Hollywood themed scarecrow festival last week.

Residents have been preparing and building their creations over the last month and the weekend of June 27-28 saw at least 19 around the parish on show.

Scarecrow competition and Oasby and Aisby. Deborah Ferguson of Aisby with her French Maid Minion scarecrow. EMN-150107-174922001
Scarecrow competition and Oasby and Aisby. Deborah Ferguson of Aisby with her French Maid Minion scarecrow. EMN-150107-174922001

The Screencrows, as they were re-named, had to resemble or represent a film star, character (or characters) of a reasonably well known film to fit in with the theme.

Screencrows built and displayed included Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet in Titanic, the Phantom of the Opera, Rapunzel from Tangled, a Minion from Despicable Me, the Tin Man from the Wizard of Oz and Johnny Depp’s Tonto from The Lone Ranger.

The Screencrows had to be homemade; size was unlimited.

There was also an exhibition in the parish hall by Oasby Art Group.

Scarecrow competition and Oasby and Aisby. Alison Kennedy of Aisby with her scarecrows from Titanic. EMN-150107-174909001
Scarecrow competition and Oasby and Aisby. Alison Kennedy of Aisby with her scarecrows from Titanic. EMN-150107-174909001


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