England is home to many weird and wonderful village traditions — whether that be morris dancing, a bonfire parade, or chasing a roll of cheese down a very steep hill.
However, one of the lesser known small-town traditions is right on Greater Manchester’s doorstep, CheshireLive reports .
Every July, a group of men dressed as crows circle around a scarecrow and flap their wings in a choreographed dance at local fairs in Northwich.
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The men — whose identities are kept anonymous — are known as