Scrooby, Nottinghamshire

This site is about Scrooby, North Nottinghamshire; it's current events, history and landscape. The site should interest residents and visitors.

News & Notices

October 2014

Scrooby Wassail

Ed Marshall

7:30pm Friday 12th December Scrooby Village Hall

Celebrate the beginning of Christmas!

Roast pork rolls courtesy of Gordon, mince pies and mulled wine and a Bar provided by Graham

Carols and entertainment provided by your very own Scrooby band - The Mighty MORE DOG

Tickets: £7 per adult, children by donation

Contact:
Gordon 01777 818332
Izzi 01302 719811
Maurice 01302 710078

October 2014

Harvest Supper: Didn't we do Well?

Ed Marshall

The riotous evening of fun and celebration did magnificently -

Tickets£472
Bar£87
Auction and donations£683
Less Expenses£96
Total£1,146

So that's £573 each to the Bassetlaw Hospice and Médecins Sans Frontières

Well done Everybody!

September 2014

Scrooby from the Air

David Thomson

Here's a wonderful view of Scrooby taken by David Thomson of Ranskill using his Go-Pro camera and quadcopter.

June 2014

Hester Benjamin: Adventures of a Pilgrim Daughter

Jennie Robbins

Scrooby's own Jennie Robbins has published a book for children; a story of friendship, love and adventure, set in Scrooby, England, at the time of the Pilgrim Fathers. A work of fiction for young teenagers based on historical events in the year 1607.

Hester and Mercy are as close as sisters; nothing can come between them. But events are about to shake their peaceful village life to its roots and change things forever. How will their friendship survive when they are forced apart by their families and their faith?

You can buy the e-book for Kindle on Amazon.

June 2014

Saving Scrooby's Railway Crossings

Scrooby Parish Council

Network Rail is reviewing all Level Crossings between London and Doncaster with a view to removing them all by the end of 2016.

They are holding two open days at Scrooby Village Hall on the 4th and 5th July to present proposals for the three crossings in Scrooby.

They want to take villager's opinions and ideas into account, so if you care about our bridle path and footpath make your views count by calling into the Village Hall.

June 2014

Ranskill Nursery

Steven Owens

Looking for a Nursery for your child - Ranskill Nursery is Rated Good by Ofsted.

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