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Events for 05 Sep 2020

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Sheepy scarecrow trail - organised by Sheepy Bonfire Society Neighbourhood Watch

  • Date: 05 September 2020
  • Location: Sheepy Magna
  • Time: 10:00 - 17:30
  • Cost: £2 for map (all proceeds to good local causes)

Join us for our 4th scarecrow trail on Saturday and Sunday and help to judge by voting for your favourite scarecrow before you leave.

There is a duck race daily at 2pm and various food options available. Local groups will be fundraising over the weekend, offering food and entertainment.

There will be around 40 scarecrows and it will take you approximately two hours to visit them all, maybe more if you stop off for lunch or refreshments! 

You will need a scarecrow map and voting card, which costs £2. This gives you one free draw from the raffle and is available to buy from the stall next to the pub all day.

Ducks are £2 each and there is a prize for the winning duck!

Awards and trophies will be given to the top three scarecrows and the raffle will be drawn at 6pm on Sunday at the Black Horse.

More information is available on the Sheepy Bonfire Society Neighbourhood Watch facebook page or from Eventbrite (

This event takes place at: Scarecrow Cream Teas, Highfield Close, Atherstone (CV9).

Music in the Mead, 5 September 2020

  • Date: 05 September 2020
  • Location: Argents Mead
  • Time: 13:00 - 15:00
  • Cost: Free

A musical performance by Impact Steel Band.

A musical performance by Impact Steel Band, a four-piece steel pan band bring a taste of the Caribbean to the Mead, with a wide range of music from calypso, classical, pop, reggae and jazz.

Event stewards will be in the Mead to ensure socially distancing is observed of two metres plus. Please only sit or stand with members of your household or support bubble. We ask you to refrain from shouting, singing and dancing. Please take any litter away with you or dispose of in an appropriate bin. Hand sanitising stations will be available. The nearest toilets and handwashing facilities are located on Station Road, a five minute walk from the Mead. The Leisure Centre toilets are currently not open to the general public. Details will be taken for track and trace purposes. We ask that if you are experiencing any symptoms of Coronavirus, or are in a local lock down zone, to please not attend the event.

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