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News & Notices
Scrooby Community Cinema
8pm 18 October 2020 (Doors open 7:30pm), Scrooby Village Hall
The Good liar (15)
Consummate conman Roy Courtney has set his sights on his latest mark; the recently widowed Betty McLeish, worth millions. But this time, what should have been a simple swindle escalates into a cat-and-mouse game with the ultimate stakes.
- Director: Bill Condon
- Screenplay: Jeffrey Hatcher, based on the novel by Nicholas Searle
- Starring: Helen Mirren, Ian McKellan, Russell Tovey
- Several nominations for awards
- Running Time: 109 minutes
- Certificate: 15
Tickets £4 per person on the door. Licenced Bar.
Stephen Lincoln | 01302 719506
Mill Lane Temporary Closure
Mill Lane bridge is to be repaired and Mill Line will be totally closed from 2nd to 29th November.
Diversions will be in place via Chapel Lane and Low Road.
Please excuse the noise and inconvenience.
Parish Council Meeting
Scrooby Parishioners - Your Parish Council will hold it's next Parish Council Meeting in person in the Scrooby Village Hall, Low Road, Scrooby, starting at 7:30pm on Monday, 12th October 2020.
As usual all are always welcome and the Parish Council will be more than pleased to see you, however, we will be following strict COVID-19 regulations as to numbers and seating distances.
Best Regards, Stay Safe, Stay Well
Clerk - Scrooby Parish Council
Macmillan Cancer Support Coffee Morning 2020
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic restrictions I am sorry to say it is not possible to hold a full Macmillan coffee morning in Scrooby this year.
If you would like to support Macmillan then please feel free to make your own donation directly to Macmillan Cancer Support at macmillan.org.uk/donate. But anyway, we will be back in September 2021 for a bigger and better event.
Very many thanks for your past and future support
Mrs Susan Smith - Scrooby Macmillan Cancer Support Coffee Morning Organsier.
Scrooby Parish Council
The Scrooby Parish Council Annual Accounts, having been delayed by the coronavirus epidemic, are now complete and have been signed off by our Internal Auditor and the full Parish Council meeting on 13th July 2020.
For any comments, questions or requests for more information please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org (Tel: 07974 836 978).
A W Smith ACMA CGMA, 16th July 2020
Walking in Nottinghamshire
Have a look at my Walking in Nottinghamshire website, which has hundreds of free walks to download and print, plus details of all the walking clubs in the country and loads more information.
All the best,
Scrooby Village Bar 6 March
What an evening!
Very well supported with perhaps 60+ people being there at some time during the evening.
The auction, organised superbly by Elaine, raised nearly £1300 and the bar some £400. These will go towards the Village Hall improvement fund taking us to well over £20k. Our fundraising progress may be seen on the chart set up in the Hall.
Our sincere thanks to all those who donated the auction items and to everyone who so generously paid top-dollar for them - some a little quirky. Also to our auctioneer Dougal, without whom I'm sure we wouldn't have had so much fun.
We look forward to seeing everyone at the next Bar Night - date yet to be determined.
Stephen Lincoln Stephen_Lincoln3@hotmail.com
Village Hall Extension
Scrooby Parish Council are raising funds to build 3 new toilets for Scrooby's Village Hall. Not only will the new toilets benefit the village they will also be accessible to the visitors coming to Scrooby following the trail of William Brewster, Pilgrim Father. Help Scrooby reach its goal for the 2020 celebrations
To donate please follow the link above.
SNAP Jan 2020 Update
There are new Scrooby Neighbourhood Plan documents available on the SNAP web page. See SNAP.
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.