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Clenchwarton Scarecrow and Pumpkin Trail brings joy to village




West Norfolk villagers have been getting creative in order to enjoy collective Halloween fun in a safe manner.

Clenchwarton is hosting a Scarecrow and Pumpkin Trail which runs until November 1, with most of the streets taking part.

Villagers are able to walk around to see different creations in gardens. It follows a similar scarecrow trail taking place in the summer during lockdown which was well-received.

Esme Turner, Charlie Turner and Martha Turner. Pictures: Adam Fairbrother
Esme Turner, Charlie Turner and Martha Turner. Pictures: Adam Fairbrother

A Facebook group set up for villagers to share their creations on states: "Sadly it looks as though our Trick or Treat traditions will not be happening this year due to the safety precautions around Covid-19.

"Therefore we thought it would be a lovely idea to leave a trail of pumpkins outside our houses, for children to discover (at a safe distance) around their local neighbourhoods."

The main aim of the group is to provide safe Halloween fun for little ones.



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