Scrooby is a small village, on the River Ryton and near Bawtry, in the northern part of the English county of Nottinghamshire. At the time of the 2001 census it had a population of 329. Until 1766, it was on the Great North Road so became a stopping-off point for numerous important figures including Queen Elizabeth I and Cardinal Wolsey on their journeys.
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|Date Last Updated:||Tuesday, February 12, 2019|
|Update Frequency:||As needed|
|Resource Owner:||Scrooby Parish Council|
|Use Constraints:||No conditions apply|
|Geographic Extent:||Bassetlaw district|
|Contact:||Contact the Bassetlaw Open Data Team|