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Location of Scarecrows

(updated 25 April 2005)

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'Scarecrows are springing up over the Cookhams for the Guys and Dolls project for the Trinity Festival. Slowly photos will also be added. Some are not included in the Tour, but can be seen Click here for the box office scarecrow, Hitachi Launch (Ashford Interiors, the Parade) and The Mystery Man (Odney Club)


News Update:

Cookham Rise School have put up a display, too late for the competition but worth a mention. Year 6 have covered the front railings with figures from year 6's Army!


Uel Magowan's beautiful figure at Tarrystone House has gone missing, but a new Figure has appeared at Odney too late for the competition but also worth a look, Mystery figure.

No 1.  Duck made of chicken wire, by Michael Johnson Waters Edge Islet Rd Maidenhead, - Odney Club garden from 23rd April.

No 2. Ist Prize

Made by an Adult

Scarecrow musician. By a representative of the Odney Club Tarrystone House, Sutton Rd/ Odney Lane,
No 3. Henry 8th. by Eunice Goodman, Odney Club, Pool Room
No 4.  Tsunami, by Ted Harris - Churchyard of Holy Trinity Church.

No 5. 1st Prize

Children under 12

Cookham Dolls on Parade, by 3rd Cookham Brownies  Oops a Daisy Florists, High St.
No 6. Woman in White. by staff of Vicki Bond, High St, Cookham.
No 7. George, by Evelyn Luxford Mr Kent the Tailor, High St, Cookham.
No 8. Topsy, by Evelyn Luxford  Mr Kent the Tailor High St Cookham.
No 9. Blossom, by Cookham and Cookham Dean Horticultural Society - Moor Hall.
No 10. Green Man, by Leslie Aston - Gantry House, School Lane.
No 11. Recyclable Rita by Year 5 Holy Trinity School - School Lane.  
No 12. Withdrawn 
No 13. Baby, by the Cooper Family - 96 Westwood Green.  
No 14. Joint Prize

Child Under 12

Twirl, by Phoebe Shelley–Smith 82 Westwood Green.  

No 15. 1st Prize

Made by a Group of Adults

Charlie Chaplin, by members of Elizabeth House - Elizabeth House.
No 16. Prize

Under 16

Fruity Figure, by Celia Pullen - Ashford Interiors, Station Parade Cookham Rise.  
No 17. Trinity Box by John Fenton - Ashford Interiors The Parade
No 18. The Recycled Handlebar Moustache, by Timmy Mallet - Cookham Station, railings.  
No 19. Rainbow Guys and Dolls, by Rainbow play group - The Methodist Church, Cookham Rise.  
No 20. Rosemary, by Hannah Wallace, Lindsay Coulson, Elizabeth Chalmers, Adrianna Renucci, Alice Sellens, & Zoe Broadbent Pinder Hall.  
No 21. Pleased to Meat You (under 12's - the Roberts Family - Outside Maceys Butchers Lower Road, Cookham Rise  
No 22. Tree of Knowledge, by Cookham library - inside the Library, High Rd.  
No 23. Olive the Oxfam Bride, by Barbara Walmsley - Spindlewood High Rd.  
No 24. Cookham Deans Wizard of Oz, by all the pupils of Cookham Dean CE Aided Primary School Bigfrith Lane.  
No 25. Guys for Tennis? by Clare Setchell - Balmore Bedwins Lane Cookham Dean.  
No 26. The Golfer by Mr Talha - Winter Hill Golf Club, Grange Lane  
No 27. Bottoms up, by Reca McGibbon. Stratford’s, Wine Merchants. High St.

No 28. Joint Prize

Child Under 12

Spongebob squarepants. by Caroline Oxtoby - Ashford interiors.  

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