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Gallows Restaurant
"Its a couple of years since I was last there and had recommended it to my colleagues for our Christmas lunch on past experience. Oh dear!! Dry turkey, ..." More

Gallows Restaurant
"One of Scunthorpe's quality restaurants, food and service are of a high standard yet affordable prices. All food cooked from fresh and it's certainly worth waiting for. A ..." More

Forest Pines Hotel
"i came here and found the rooms food and service excellent. the only fault i found was my company, i wished i was with my wife!

Date visited: august 07 ..." More

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Scunthorpe is an industrial town that reaches back into history as far as the bronze Age, set in north Lincolnshire. This busy town has two shopping centres, an indoor Market and an impressive contemporary Arts Centre in 20 - 21, Art and Craft exhibitions are held here, there is even a chance to buy hand made jewellery or ceramics, or for thirsty visitors why not have a coffee. housed inside the splendid church building of St John. Or if church’s are your thing, call in at St Lawrence, this lovely 12th Century church has many delights inside, or perhaps the North Lincolnshire Museum with it’s exhibits from rocks and fossils when dinosaurs roamed, to treasures from the Stone Age and Medieval period, or perhaps the excitement of travelling by steam ‘Steam Rail Tours’ where locomotives take you on a journey around one of Europe’s steel producing centres, time it right and watch the steel being made. Or why not visit the ‘Trolley Bus Museum’ a few miles from here where the world’s largest real working trolley busses gather, or there is always the ‘Time Trap Museum’ housed inside the Town Hall where you pass through dark winding corridors and share the experience of the prisoners cells. There is no doubt that Normanby Hall Country Park will impress, set in 3,000 acres, with it’s fascinating Farm Museum that details Lincolnshire’s rural heritage, it’s Victorian Walled Garden Nature Trails, Woodland and even a Deer Park, what else could be asked for…perhaps a children’s workshop and miniature railway, well, it’s all here. Or there is always Barton Claypits to explore, where once it was supplying clay for the brick and tile industries, now flooded is a perfect haven of a Nature Reserve, or why not try the outdoor Pursuits Centre close by. Scunthorpe worth a visit…most definitely.


Dixon Financial Services Ltd
S & T Business Services
Sanderson Wilson & Co Ltd


Julian's Bower
Normanby Hall Country Park
North Lincolnshire Museum


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Travelodge Scunthorpe *book online*


Grange Park

Caravan Park

Brookside Caravan Park

Care Home

Bridgewater Park Nursing & Care Centre
Randolph House Care Home


Vue Scunthorpe


North Lincolnshire Council


Ashby Dental Practice
Bottesford Dental Practice
Parkview Dental Practice


Ashby Turn Primary Care Centre
Church Lane Medical Centre
Dr Basu R

Everwell Chinese Medical Centre
The Cedar Medical Practice
Trent View Medical Centre

Estate Agent

Bell Watson
Brown William H
Dickinson Davy & Markham
Grice & Hunter
Paul Fox
Penrose Pearce Hodges

Golf Club

Ashby Decoy Golf Club
Holme Hall Golf Club


The George


Ashby Market
Glandford Park Car Boot
Normanby Raceway Car Boot
Scunthorpe Market
Slate House Farm Car Boot

Performing Arts

Plowright Theatre
Scunthorpe and District Choral Society

The Baths Hall

Pub and Bar

Black Beauty
Blarney Stone
Dog & Gun
Malt Shovel
Old Mill
Open Hearth
Pig & Whistle
Queen Bess
The George
Trim Inn


Dog & Gun
Gallows Restaurant
Malt Shovel
San Pietro
The George


Hett Stubbs & Kemp
Martin & Haigh
Steven Warne


A1 Taxis
Blue Line Taxis


Plowright Theatre
The Baths Hall


Winter Swan Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Angels TTC (Table Tennis)
Appleby Frodingham Athletic (Amateur Football)
Appleby Frodingham CC (Cricket)
BCKA Kickboxing (Martial Arts)
Glanford Kodokan Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Scunthorpe Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Scunthorpe RC (Cycling)
Scunthorpe RUFC (Rugby Union)
Scunthorpe United Football Club (Football)
Winterton Rangers (Amateur Football)


Chapter 2 Books Ltd
W H Smith Ltd

Country Flowers
Sims Flowers Ltd
Lincolnshire Organics Farm Shop & Kitchen
Ashby Pet Centre
Discount Pet Warehouse
Keep Yourself Right 2
Pink Pig Organic Farm
Garners Pharmacy Ltd
Sutherland Opticians
Windsor World Of Shoes
Holland and Barratt
T K Maxx
Pets At Home
The Craft Box



Places to Stay near Scunthorpe

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Wortley House Hotel (0.38 miles)

Wortley House Hotel

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In the heart of the fast-developing North Lincolnshire town of Scunthorpe, south of the river Humber, the Wortley House Hotel is a comfortably furnished 3-star hotel. The hotel is within easy reach ... More

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The Clamart (0.62 miles)

The Clamart

17 bedroom family run hotel with Bar and Restaurant right in town centre.All rooms en-suite,non-smoking,tea/coffee making,TV and Digibox,homecooked food,real ale and fine wines.Wifi throughout the building.Excellent customer service.Short or long term stays welcome.All major credit ... More | visit website

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Royal Hotel (0.78 miles)

Royal Hotel

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The Royal Hotel is close to Scunthorpe town centre, offering en suite rooms and a range of facilities to suit both leisure and business travellers.
The Royal Hotel has a large ... More

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Travelodge Scunthorpe (1.75 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Scunthorpe (1.94 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M180. For shops and local amenities Scunthorpe town centre and train station are both only 3 miles away. Situated 17 miles from Humberside Airport and 30 miles from ... More | visit website
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Forest Pines Hotel (4.22 miles)

Forest Pines Hotel
Forest Pines is a luxury golf and country club hotel set within its own 190 acres of woodland just off junction 4 of the M180 in North Lincolnshire. The hotel is one of the region‚s premier ... More | visit website
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White Swan (5.81 miles)

White Swan
Set in the beautiful village of Scotter, The White Swan offers quiet and relaxing surroundings in which to enjoy a peaceful break for families and the business traveller - with this in mind it is ... More | visit website
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Arties Mill Lodge (6.19 miles)

Arties Mill Lodge

Arties Mill is a charming old windmill originaly built circa 1790 The Mill is located 1 mile from the town of Brigg which has a colourful history of markets and fairs.

Brigg first grew as a ... More | visit website

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The River Don Tavern & Lodge (6.59 miles)

The River Don Tavern & Lodge
The River Don Tavern & Lodge is a delightful village inn with self-contained ground floor en-suite rooms, next to the beer garden / orchard, with ample parking. Pets are allowed in some rooms, and disabled ... More | visit website
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Dying Gladiator Inn (7.08 miles)

Dying Gladiator Inn
the Dying Gladiator is a friendly, family run pub offering warm welcoming accommodation and good quality dining located in the centre of the market town of brigg there are lots of things to do in ... More | visit website

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