Scorton is a busy little community in rural north Lancashire. The village has a population of about 300 and boasts a post office and local shop, delicatessen, hairdressers, garden & gift centre with cafe, restaurant and boutique hotel, 3 churches, a primary school, children's play area, picnic site, public toilets, caravan sites, fishing lakes, river and village hall.
The village plays host to a number of events and festivals throughout the year. This includes the Bikes and Barrows Festival, Scorton Steam, Scorton Rose Queen, Christmas Festivals, Sherriff 10k Run and various others.
Dates for your Diary
More details on the events below may be found on the Latest News pages.
Bikes and Barrows Festival 29 April - 1 May 2017 KEY EVENTS
Mon 1 May - 10.00am - Scorton Dog Show, Church Drive, all welcome
Mon 1 May - 10.30-4pm - Artisans Food & Gift Fair, Scorton Village Hall, free entry, refreshments
Mon 1 May - “Ye Olde Delph Bowmen” Archery Group on the Church Field - Have a Go!
Mon 1 May -“Vanguard” 13th Century Medieval Re-Enactment Battle Group and Camp on the Church Field
Mon 1 May - 11.30-1pm - Morris Dancing in the Square with Leyland Morris Men.
Mon 1 May - 1-4.30pm - Live Music and dance on the Field, live bands, hot food and beer tent
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Luncheon Club at the Methodist Chapel, 3rd Tuesday every month, 12 noon
Chatterbox at the Methodist Chapel, Coffee Drop In, every Wednesday from 10.30am
Mums & Toddlers at the Village Hall, every Thursday from 9.30am
Scorton Taxi to Garstang, every Thursday at 10.30 from Scorton Shop & Post Office, returns at 1.30pm
For a list of local Church services please click here
For latest traffic news please click here (run by Frixo)
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