Pulham Market hosts scarecrow hunt fundraiser

A host of colourful scarecrows will take up residence at a south Norfolk village for a school fundraising event.

Pulham Market's fifth annual Scarecrow Hunt and Fete will take place between 10am and 4pm on Saturday.

Residents and local groups have been working hard on their creations for visitors to seek out on a trail around the village, which has been organised by the Friends of Pulham Primary School.

A fete will be held at the playing fields in Mill Lane, Pulham Market, which will include a Toddler Tractor Grand Prix, an RAF assault course, pony rides, archery, traditional games, crafts and gifts, more than 50 stalls and an all day bar and barbecue.

Entry is free, and all funds raised will go towards a giant sandpit for Pulham Primary School.

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