More than 100 families took part in a Scarecrow Festival over the bank holiday weekend.
Putting out around 100 scarecrows, the residents of Woodloes Park Estate raised money for Warwick Food Bank, with donations still being collected.
Local resident Lisa thought of the idea, and she roped in the help of two others, who set up the event together on Facebook.
With funding from SingWell Community Choir and Woodloes Community Centre, the organisers published and printed a promotional leaflet before the school summer holiday, which was delivered to every house on the estate.
On Sunday afternoon, the Mayor of Warwick, Coun Terry Morris, and his consort Elizabeth Morris attended the festival, with a reception at The Woodloes Tavern hosted by landlord Martin Goode, to meet organisers Lisa, Katie and Trevor, and representatives from Woodloes Community Centre.
The group then undertook a 90-minute walking tour of the estate, taking in as many exhibits as possible, meeting the families who had produced the stunning scarecrows.
Plans are already afoot for a follow-up festival, with even more residents keen to take part and join in the fun which saw hundreds of visitors taking photos and stopping to chat and admire the creations.
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