Lynton & Lynmouth, with Brendon, Scarecrow Festival

Barbrook 2006

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Introduction

Barbrook is a mile or so south-west of Lynton, at the junction of the steep direct road up from Lynton and Lynmouth with the main A39 Lynmouth to Barnstaple road. Click on each of the thumbnail images to see a larger version of the photos.

Scarecrows in Barbrook

Indian elephant with howdah Howdah and turbanned rider

 

I should perhaps explain that, unlike the turbanned rider, the figure leading the elephant by its trunk is not a scarecrow but my son-in-law, who owns the "creature"!

 

 

 

Barbrook Post Office and garden Post Office garden Little Bo-Peep SHEEP OFF THE GRASS

This series of pictures shows Barbrook Post Office and garden on the left, then a closer view of the garden, followed by close-ups of Little Bo-Peep and of the sign visible at bottom right of the garden. The Tin Man (from the Wizard of Oz) seen below, located opposite the Post Office garden, also belongs to the Postmaster and Postmistress.

 

 

 

SurfboarderTin manSki crowPoliceman with radar "gun"The QueenFishing in the West Lyn riverPicnic at Hanging RockEarly Ex-ManTired gardener
Surf boarderTin ManSki CrowPoliceman with
radar gun
The QueenFishing in the
West Lyn river
Picnic at
Hanging Rock
Early Ex-ManTired gardener

 

 

 


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