Winners crow about straw men
WINNERS of the Leatherhead Community Garden scarecrow competition have been announced.
Entrants and volunteers gathered for the announcement on Saturday at the site in West Hill School's grounds, off Kingston Road.
Bones, made by the Curie class of West Hill School, won "scarecrow that would scare itself in the mirror", Birdinator 2.0, made by father and son Ian and Ryan Herrick, won "best named scarecrow" and Philip the Bird Scarer, made by mother and son Wendy and Tyler Herrick, was overall winner.
Community garden secretary Kayleigh Arunasalon said: "We had fantastic weather for our scarecrow competition.
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"Great fun was had by all. Thank you to everyone who took the time to enter."
All the winners received vegetable planting kits of seeds and a propagator to help to grow plants, as well as garden centre vouchers.
Visit www.leatherheadcommunitygarden.org.uk for information.