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Pictures: Scarecrows take over Yorkshire village

Over 100 scarecrows have taken over the village of Kettlewell in the north of England.
Around 100 scarecrows have taken over the village of Kettlewell in the north of England, including this royal pair!
Kate and Wills scarecrows enter the annual Scarecrow competition in Kettlewell.
Scarecrows of all shapes and sizes draw crowds from all over the country to see the creations dotted all over the village.
A scarecrow made out of corks at the annual scarecrow festival in Kettlewell.
All of the villagers pitch in to help make the scarecrows; we love these glittery versions of super seventies pop band Abba!
Abba scarecrows make an appearance at the annual Kettlewell scarecrow festival.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No. It's a scarecrow pilot...
Pilot scarecrow at the annual festival in Kettlewell.
The festival was started in 1994 and all the money raised is given to the local school.
Scarecrow rugby team at the annual festival in Kettlewell.
Visitors can follow the trail of scarecrows around the village and use the clues to figure out the mystery word.
Two scarecrows waiting for tea at the annual festival in Kettlewell.
The builders of this guy seem to have forgotten the straw! Don't think he'll be keeping many birds away...
An odd scarecrow at the annual festival in Kettlewell.
This year's theme was jobs and inventions. This beekeeping scarecrow won't have an easy job keeping those massive bees away!
A beekeeping scarecrow at the annual festival in Kettlewell.