Braintree Easter Scarecrow Trail

Enter our Scarecrow Competition and Easter Raffle today with your chance to win £100 cash and other great prizes!

Lyons Hall Friends Association is working with Helen Rollason Cancer Charity to jointly raise funds for their school and our Charity.  
We are hosting a Easter Scarecrow Trail around Kings Park and the Marks Farm Estate – pre-order your maps and goodie bags today from 

To enter your scarecrow or to join in with the trail please email – closing date for scarecrow entries and goody bag pre-sales is 24th March. Only scarecrows who are entered by this date will be included in the vote.

Space for scarecrow entries outside the Trail area please just contact

Can’t take part but want to be in with a chance of winning £100 or a Beach Hut for the day? Take part in our Easter Raffle and click here to get your tickets!

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity Community Fundraiser Suzanne Watson said; “We are really grateful to Lyons Hall Friends Association for their support of Helen Rollason Cancer Charity. This event and proceeds from the raffle will help us to continue supporting men and women with all types of cancer at all stages – whether newly diagnosed or longer-term, throughout treatment and after treatment is completed.

We can’t wait to see some of the fun and imaginative Scarecrows and look forward to sharing some of them soon. If you can’t take part we also have our Easter Raffle where you have the chance of winning £100, a beach hut for the day and more great prizes – get your tickets by visiting .”


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