MORE THAN 60 scarecrows are on display now an annual festival has got begun.
Harry Potter, Hitler, Winston Churchill and Spiderman are among the faces at the heroes and villains-themed Norland Scarecrow Festival.
It will be the eighth year the event – which runs until Tuesday – has been held to raise money for local causes.
More than 3,000 visitors are expected to travel to the village near Sowerby Bridge to catch a glimpse of the figures.
Maxine Garbutt, one of the helpers, said: “It’s a great event and we get the same people coming back year after year.
“It started off as a way of getting the village together and it has just continued.
“We hope everyone will enjoy this year’s festival.”
Visitors are invited to take part in a trail to take in the sight of scarecrows dotted around the village in fields and gardens.
Guides are £2 and are available from St Luke’s Church, the main car park on Shaw Lane or Rough Heys Farm, off Hob Lane.
A free bus from the Shaw Lane car park is also available, stopping off for refreshments on the way.
A children’s funfair and music from Hebden Bridge Junior Band and Friendly Band are also part of the fun.
The money raised will be shared between St Luke’s Church, Norland Fun Club and Norland Junior and Infant School.