Say hello to perhaps Britain's quirkiest village scarecrow competition
Motts Mill is a rural hamlet near Groombridge, East Sussex, South East England. Their annual scarecrow festival sees over two dozen quirky handmade creations dotted around the village all in aid of charity and community spirit.
Villagers enjoyed poking fun at former health secretary Matt Hancock. The cheeky effigy shows Hancock with his arms out with a sign above his head saying “Kiss me quick.
Some of the other entries included Team GB driver Tom Daley diving with some knitting in his hands and of course straw-stuffed Boris Johnson waving the Union Jack.