Church of England Diocese of Derby Scropton

St Paul's Parish Church, Scropton (and Foston)

The church of St Paul was rebuilt in 1855-56. It has a prominent tower with a pyramid roof. The old school house also has a tower and was also built in 1856. The church contains 16 memorial headstones supplied by the Imperial War Graves Commission to mark the graves of airmen from overseas who died whilst serving with the RAF Training Squad based at nearby Church Broughton airfield.

It also contains the tomb chest of Nicholas Agard (died 1510) and his 2 wifes. His son Arthur Agard (1540-1615) was an authority on ancient manuscripts and heraldry and a founder member of the Society of Antiquaries. He is buried at Westminster Abbey.

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THE HOLY EUCHARIST

Every Every Fourth Sunday at 9:30 a.m. for 45m

Scropton Road
Scropton

Usually on the Fourth Sunday of the month, a short, said, celebration of the Holy Eucharist with a brief sermon. This may occasionally include a Baptism/Christening

Baptism/Christening Common Worship Prayers