WILD and wacky scarecrows will be making an appearance in Anderby Village and Creek at the weekend.
Anderby’s annual Scarecrow and Open Gardens event will get underway this Saturday and Sunday, July 14 and 15 between 11am and 4pm.
“There are lots of scarecrows to view and nine open gardens to visit, followed by the usual ploughman’s light lunches and cream teas in the village hall, with stalls and grand raffle,” said a spokesperson.
“St Andrew’s Church will hold a flower festival over the weekend, with Alford Silver Band playing on Sunday afternoon at approximately 4pm.
“On Sunday at 3pm there will be a screening of a short film, commissioned by Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park, entitled “By The Winter Sea” shot on location in and around Anderby Creek, depicting life as a land girl in 1941,” they added.
Admission to the open gardens is by programme, available from the village hall, at £2.50 for adults, with accompanied children free.