ADAS Scarecrow Competition

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ADAS Scarecrow Competition

There is still time to enter the Competition!

Free to enter- Prizes for winners in each category

Judging will take place over the weekend of 22nd and 23rd June (the same weekend as the Open Gardens Event)

The categories are:

1. Groups and organisations

2. Families

3. Children under 16

4. Commercial properties

ENTRY FORMS available from Flower Divas or Williams Newsagents.

If you prefer you can EMAIL your details ( contact tel no, location of Scarecrow and category) to:

Please make sure your entries are in by 19th JUNE

It's an ideal opportunity to use your creative imagination and skill!

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