Hibaldstow Open Gardens & Scarecrow Day takes place on Sunday June 28, between 10am and 5pm.
At least 12 gardens will be open, together with approximately 40 scarecrows who will have taken up residence outside homes and businesses throughout the village.
In addition, there will be displays and flowers in both St Hybald’s Church and Hibaldstow Methodist Church. Weather permitting, there will be a Spitfire flypast along with a guest appearance by Sandra Bright, finalist in TV’s ‘The Big Allotment Challenge’.
Admission is £3 per person, with accompanied children free, payable at the village hall, where there will also be ample free car parking.
A Free mini bus service will operate around the village all day.
Refreshments, including light lunches and cream teas, will be available all day at the Village Hall, together with face painting, and from 12 noon to 2pm, The Vale of Ancholme Academy Band will be performing.
Proceeds from the day will be divided between Hibaldstow Village Hall; St Hybald’s Church; Hibaldstow Methodist Church; Hibaldstow Scouts, Hibaldstow Brownies and Hibaldstow Village Voice magazine.
Regular updates can be found on the ‘ Hibaldstow Open Gardens & Scarecrow Day’ Facebook page.