By Ian Dipple Thursday 17 October 2013 Updated: 18/10 07:46
THERE was plenty to crow about in Feckenham as the village played host to its annual Scarecrow Weekend.
More than 50 inventive creations were on show throughout Saturday and Sunday (October 12 and 13).
Visitors were taksed with deciding the winners by voting for their favourites.
Taking top spot was Lou and Nick Byng with Peppa's Possy followed by Jennifer Burton's Harecrow creation in second place while Row Crow, Row the Board by the Masters family was third.
Alan Smith's Piratecrow got a special mention and Freddy and Connie-Boo McCoy were also celebrating after being voted the best entry by a person under 12-years-old with Scare White and the 7 Dwarfs.
Three-year-old Charlie Manning's Harry Potter Crow won best exhibit by a pupil from Feckenham First School.
Organisers say they were pleased with attendance on Saturday but heavy rainfall on Sunday had hit visitor numbers.
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