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Scotby Parish Centre

Scotby Parish Centre is owned by Scotby Parish Church and effectively functions as a church hall, used for events, such as the fun with flowers club, fellowship courses, coffee mornings, etc[1] The building dates from the 1880's and was originally a Reading Room and Library established by the Quaker community.  

Not to be confused with the Village Hall.

Scotby Church of All Saints, Scotby
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Scotby Parish Centre

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SCC Parish Church, Cumbria
- "....SCC Parish Church, Cumbria, is the parish church of Scotby (All Saints Church) and Cotehill (St Johns Church) with Cumwhinton. The united parish was formed in the late 90’s from …

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