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Go on a gnome hunt at Eastcombe School – sponsored by Sawyers Estate Agents


Eastcombe School Gnome Hunt is being supported by Sawyers Estate Agents.

Incorporating Fine & Country, Sawyers Estate Agents are backing the two-day event which will take place on Saturday, June 26 – 27 from 1 pm -4 pm.

Clive Brown, Branch Manager, said: “Come and support our amazing local school by walking around the beautiful village hunting for gnomes. Maps can be purchased from the starting point located at Eastcombe School for £4 and then just follow the route and see how many gnomes you can spot.”

Clive added: “The route finishes at the village hall where you can collect your prize gnome and enjoy some refreshments. There will be takeaway tea, coffee, soft drinks plus lots of tasty homemade cakes and delicious ice creams which you can enjoy on the special socially distanced hay-bails. Both cash and contactless card payments can be taken.

“The children at Gnome HQ are very excited and have been busy decorating gnome rocks which will be hidden around the village for you to find and take home or you could hide them again for others to find.

GNOME HUNT F ANC C | Go on a gnome hunt at Eastcombe School - sponsored by Sawyers Estate Agents

“Gnome HQ are busy making sure the gnomes are out of their isolation, they have been fully vaccinated and are getting dressed to impress for the big weekend. We are all really looking forward to seeing the village full of life but we do ask all visitors to adhere to social distancing rules and to respect our lovely community.”

Further details can be obtained by visiting: https://www.facebook.com/EastcombeGnomeHunt

Should you be thinking of selling or renting your home either now or in the near future, please feel free to contact the sponsoring agents at either https://www.sawyersestateagents.co.uk/ or https://www.fineandcountry.com/uk/stroud

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