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COMMUNITY PLACES

 

COMMUNITY

The village has a population of about 300 and boasts a post office and local shop, delicatessen, hairdressers, country estate park, 2 gift and garden centres with tearooms, restaurant and boutique hotel, 3 churches, a primary school, bowling club, child play area, picnic site, public toilets, caravan sites, fishing lakes and village hall.


Scorton is a small and friendly community with popular churches, village hall and a thriving small school. The churches have enjoyed a close relationship over the last few years. They work together in various ways planning joint services, social events and other activities. Click here for information on our Village Groups.

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SCORTON CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Scorton CE Primary School

Address: Snow Hill Lane, Scorton, PR3 1AY

Contact: Headteacher Mrs Rebecca Scholz

Tel: 01524 791596

E-mail: head@scorton.lancs.sch.uk;

Website: www.scorton.lancs.sch.uk

SCORTON METHODIST CHAPEL

Scorton Methodist Church

Address: Gubberford Lane, Scorton PR3 1BL

Contact: Deacon Jane Gibson

Tel: 01524 793234 or 07769 792690

Email: deaconjane@sky.com 

Website: www.northlancsmethodistcircuit.org.uk

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ST PETERS CHURCH

St Peter’s Church

Address: Church Drive, Scorton, PR3 1AU

Contact: Rev Anton Muller

Tel: 01524 791229

Website: unitedparish.co.uk

SS MARY JAMES CHURCH

St Mary and St James Catholic Church

Address: Snow Hill Lane, Scorton

Contact: Father Tom Butler

Tel: 01995 602164

Website: ssmaryandmichaels-garstang.org.uk

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SCORTON VILLAGE HALL

Scorton Village Hall

Address: Factory Brow, Scorton, PR3 1AS

Contact: Emily Riding

Tel: 07969 929837

Email: scortonvillagehall@outlook.com

website: www.scortonvillage.com  

OUTSIDE SPACE

The  Millennium Way, Children's Play Area and multi-use games area are managed locally by the Parish Council.
Scorton Picnic Site is just outside the village with a large car park, complete with picnic benches. It is popular with dog walkers and visitors and has a good circular walk that takes you alongside the River Wyre, through the woods and back to the car park, all on a nice gravel path.
Scorton Subscription Bowling Club is a popular members organisation in the village - new members welcome.
The public toilets in Scorton are open every day and managed by Danfo on behalf of Wyre Council.

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