Westgate Parks, Canterbury holds annual Scarecrow Trail
Dingle dangle scarecrows will be settling down in spots across one of Kent's most picturesque parks this weekend.
The Westgate Parks Scarecrow Trail is an annual event in Canterbury and is hugely popular with families.
Schools, businesses, community groups and families have been busy creating scarecrows of all shapes and sizes and based on a wide variety of themes.
This Saturday (October 13) they will all go on display within the park in St Peters Street for visitors to enjoy.
Entry to the park and the event is free but a trail sheet to help you tick off all the straw-filled creations is on sale for £1.50 from the Friends of Westgate Parks' stand in the gardens.
It also includes a voting slip to enable scarecrow spotters to vote for their favourite.
The event begins at 10am, with presentations to the winning scarecrows taking place at 3.45pm.
Children can make their own scarecrow crafts to take home from £2 per person and refreshments will also be available from the Tower House terrace between 11am and 3pm and from the catering facility at the Toddler's Cove play area.
For more information about the event and the park itself click here.