Weird scarecrows hanging from posts, attached to walls and in gardens. Weird scarecrows that didn’t alway look like anything in particular and the ones that did were, well, a bit creepy. If anyone knows what the historic significance of these displays is I’d love to know but it sure seems like a weird ‘family friendly’ day out.
Come on kids, lets go walk around a village and find some good material to give you nightmares.
But there was strong coffee. And almond croissants. Oh and beautifully sunny skies. We took a picnic and sat on the grass with some NCT friends to eat it. The kids of course mainly ate each others picnic, they’ve certainly learnt the concept of sharing quickly, even if it’s sharing someone else’s things rather than their own.
All topped off with a large ice cream. Awesome.
If anyone can top this for a weird traditional family day out I’d love to hear it. I’m sure even in England there must be some bonkers activities.