2012 Hayling Scarecrow Results
- Sun 5th Aug 2012
A crowd of over 350 people gathered in brilliant sunshine on Sunday to hear the results of the 2012 Hayling Scarecrow Festival.
In true Olympic fashion, the winners received Bronze, Silver and Gold medals as well as rosettes and of course their cheques for £100, £75 or £50. The results were
Bronze Medal to No. 50 - ....Bart, You Are Only As Young As You Feel Old Man – by the Residents of Wimborne Care Home
Silver Medal to No. 67 - ....Jockeying For Position – by J Barton
And the Gold Medalist in the Individual Category was No. 53…. Horse & Rider - by Freya Flynn-Ward
Bronze Medal to No.3 ….Tug Of Straw team by Don Bates
Silver Medal to No.43….Acrobat Gymnastics team by Barbra Gardner
And the Gold Medalist in the Team Category was No. 16 ……Hayling Syncrow Team by Barbara Upton
Track And Field category
Bronze Medal to No. 55 …..How’s Your Bin? By Charlie & Amie Goulding
Silver Medal to No.44 ….Highland Games by The Ladies That Lunch
And the Gold Medal in the Track & Field category was No. 18 …Runner Bean by Carol Gott
Water Based category
Bronze Medal to No. 20 …. In At The Deep End by Hayling Island Amateur Dramatic Society.
Silver Medalist to No. 54 ….Sandy Point Splashers by Lydia Ward
And The Gold Medal in the Water Based category was No. 34 .......Team GB Support Vessel by Judy Cook
The Hayling Scarecrow Festival continues for another week until August 12 with Trail sheets on sale across the Island.
Anyone can vote for the People’s Choice Award by using the ballot forms in the Trail Sheets and they can also enter their completed Trail Sheets into a Prize Draw.
The results of both of these will be announced after the Festival has ended.
Marie Telford, who Chairs the team who organise the Festival, announced the winners and said “ Over the past 6 years we have seen over 1000 entries into the Festival and an estimated 15 thousand people have taken the Scarecrow Trail. Once again this year the standard of entries was very high bringing a lot of pleasure to a lot of people.
There is still plenty of time to visit Hayling and Spot the Scarecrows!”
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