1st and 2nd August 2020
10.00am to 5.00pm each day
Start from Torteval Parish Church
Please note: This event has been cancelled for 2020 and a virtual festival will take place instead. Entries close 27th July and judging takes place 1st Aug
Take a stroll through the beautiful south west of Guernsey and vote for your favourite scarecrow.
Unaccompanied tours of the Scarecrow Trail through some of the delightful rural lanes of Torteval, Guernsey, commencing at the Parish Church.
The Trail takes approximately 1½ hours at a gentle stroll.
A programme describing the scarecrow entries and the Trail can be purchased for £1.50 for adults and 50p for children at the Parish Church on both days.
Over 60 scarecrows will be on display- all shapes, sizes, material and poses.
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The Imperial Hotel is situated on Guernsey's south-west corner, surrounded by sandy beaches, blue seas and extensive cliffpath walks.
Located on the west coast of Guernsey, offering magnificent sea views and within short walking distance of L’Eree Bay's sandy beach, Beau Vallon Apartments offer much more than just self-catering facilities.
Rocquaine Bay Apartments are situated on a quiet country lane and within easy reach of many quiet coastal walks.
The Peninsula Hotel is a large hotel bordering a beautiful sandy bay and offering a selection of guest rooms as well as meeting and event facilities.
Located on the west coast of Guernsey, across from the sandy Grandes Rocques Bay, the Wayside Cheer is one of the island’s few seaside hotels. The hotel features a restaurant, garden and outdoor swimming pool.
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Sausmarez Manor is frequently described as one of the most interesting, beautiful and varied places in Guernsey, and it’s easy to see why.