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Nottinghamshire Young Farmers' Scarecrow Challenge

Hi everyone I hope you will join in with our #nottsyfcscarecrowchallenge.

As Notts YFC Charity Chairwoman I challenge you to make a scarecrow that represents any key worker to thank them for their hard work during these difficult times. It can be anything: doctors, nurses, lorry drivers, post workers, teachers etc. Use any materials you have at home to make it. - cardboard, plastic cartons, clothes, wood etc. It can be any size and be displayed in your garden or window.

Then when you have made yours, head over to our page www.justgiving.com/fundraising/nottsyfcscarecrowchallenge and make a donation to the NHS!

Lastly nominate five people to join in. Itís simple #yfcmakedonatenominate!

We hope it cheers the key workers up and raises lots of money for the NHS!

We canít wait to see yours, thank you and good luck  #nottsyfcdoitbest #stayhomesavelivesprotectthenhs

Jess

Donations currently stand at £1,250. Well done Jess and Young Farmers. Target well and truly exceeded! Gift Aid with some donations will significantly increase the final total raised by the challenge.
There is still time to donate if you have not already done so.

Here are the scarecrows in Laxton:

Click on the thumbnail below to see a larger version of each photo. To return to the gallery, click on  the back arrow at the top left

A postal worker called at a house with a postman scarecrow and told the occupants it had made his day. He then parked by the scarecrow so they could take a picture of their scarecrow with a post van.

Here are some more scarecrows:

 

Please email a photo of your scarecrow to copy@openfield.org.uk