Scarecrow Festival taking place in Paull

The Great British Bank Holiday!
Ready for anything – Scarecrows and Seaside at Paull

THE PAULL VILLAGE HALL may be closed and awaiting demolition in September, but the Committee is still running some essential services from other venues.

Visitors will be delighted to know that The Scarecrow Festival is going ahead on Bank Holiday Monday 27th August 2012 from 10am – 4pm. Maps will be available to buy on the day from a gazebo erected on Main Street, or from St Andrew Church.

The Riverside Pop In Cafe will be open at the Church serving drinks and snacks throughout the day. And Paull’s three excellent pubs – Humber Tavern, the Royal Oak and the Crown Inn – will all be open and offering a warm welcome!

There will also be several other activities taking place in the village e.g. Tombola, a Treasure Hunt round the village, Balloon Race, a Barbeque, Burgess Ice Cream. At 1.00pm a Fancy Dress will be held on the theme of the Best Olympian.

You can still get the latest updates from the Village Hall website:


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