Scarecrows have popped up in Maitland Street, at Rotary’s pop-up book shop, all to raise awareness for Narrabri Show Society.

Country show societies around the state have been displaying No Show Scarecrows as part of an an Agricultural Show Council campaign.

The initiative is a sign of solidarity following the cancellation of shows as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Narrabri Show Society’s vice president Bec Cope, who helped put the display together, said the display was about keeping the show spirit alive in the town after the 2020 event had been cancelled.

To generate awareness about the scarecrows, the society is running a competition to name them with a family pass on offer as a prize.

The society is asking people to like the post on its Facebook page about the initiative, post a selfie in the post’s comment section with #noshowscarecow and share your name suggestions.

The winner will be drawn on November 1.

🏆🎟🏆 Win a Family Pass to 2021 Show 🏆🎟🏆How to enter to win!!!1. Like our post2. Take a selfie with our Scarecrows…

Posted by Narrabri Show on Sunday, 4 October 2020

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