The Community of Bisterne and its surrounds are to be congratulated on recovering this event in the time of Covid 19. Although there were fewer displays than normal we enjoyed many of the old favourites on our drive round on this overcast morning.
‘Rapunzel’ came on first, letting down her golden locks at Kingston Farm, North Cottage.
Her provenance was noted on her lonely wooden tower.
Ashbourne cottage at Kingston displayed both
and ‘Duggee and the Scarecrow Badge’.
Outside 2 Avondale Cottages Colin Furze advertises his website.
‘Bear’ of Cobbs Cottage is a genuine figure of straw.
Celebratory punsters produced ‘Hip HIPPO ray. The Scarecrows are Back’, outside Iona, 18 Christchurch Road.
Unfortunately the woman who made ‘Wish you were ‘ere’ was not at home today when I knocked on the door of Rose Cottage, Bagnum to congratulate her on the first prize in her category because when I had spoken to her about her excellent entry two years ago she had been disappointed not to have won. I hope she sees this.
37 Sandford always give us an excellent tableau.
This year’s ‘Sandford Grand National’ was no exception.
Their neighbours at 39 Sandford produced both
‘Cosmic Horoscope’, with its pinned predictions and
penned posting with which I heartily agree;
and ‘Santa’s Workshop’ where we are invited to write a letter to him and post it in the pillar box provided.
Two displays, ‘Orinocho Womble sez Please Pick Up Your Litter’ on the driveway to Stable Family Home Trust;
and ‘Reuse & Recycle’, were messages to those who deface the environment with their rubbish.
With ‘Free Britney’ The Stable Family Home Garden Cottage sought justice for Britney Spears.
This evening we dined on Jackie’s spicy pasta arrabbiata with which she drank more of the Greco di Tufo and I drank Faugeres 2019.