This site is about Scrooby, North Nottinghamshire; it's current events, history and landscape. The site should interest residents and visitors.
News & Notices
Parish Council Meeting
Scrooby Parishioners - the next Parish Council Meeting is on Monday, 10th June at 7:30pm in the Village Hall.
All are welcome and the new Parish Council will be more than pleased to see you there.
Clerk - Scrooby Parish Council
Parish Council Election Results
On 2 May 2019 the parish voted to elect a new Scrooby Parish Council. Details and results are now available.
2019 Scrooby Show Entry Form
Scrooby Neighbourhood Action Plan - Next Steps
The SNAP Steering Group offers its many thanks to all those who came along on Friday, 22nd February 2019 to hear the outcome of the Call to Sites phase of the SNAP plan. Whilst the consultation did not produce any specific sites we could commit to the way forward was agreed to be policy driven to manage the future development requests, a good way of working.
The next step is next week for the Steering Group to agree on the 1st Draft Plan document, content and wording. Once that is done the 1st Draft SNAP Plan will be released for all parishioners to consult over a 6 week period.
So please remember a lot is being done behind the scenes and you will be invited to join in again very soon.
Pilgrim Fathers Pub Menu
Scrooby from the Air
Chris Cole writes from InnerVisions. Chris took this aerial photograph of Scrooby in 2000.
You can see clearly the medieval fish ponds between the manor and the railway (the series of large depressions in the grassy area at the top centre of the picture).
Chris's contact details are:
P.O. Box 9
Tel: +44 (0) 1777 702913
Scrooby from the Air
Here's a wonderful view of Scrooby taken by David Thomson of Ranskill using his Go-Pro camera and quadcopter.
Hester Benjamin: Adventures of a Pilgrim Daughter
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.
The schedule for 2019 is:
- January 20: The Death of Stalin
- February 17: Double Bill - Mamma Mia and Mamma Mia - Here we go again with Greek food.
- March 17: The Shape of Water
- April 14: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
- May 19: 3 Billboards outside of Ebbing Missouri
Full details will be published each month in the STAR and on this site.
Scrooby Community Cinema | firstname.lastname@example.org | Scrooby Village Hall | Doors 7:30 | Start 8:00 | £4 on the door | Licensed bar