The Old School Croston



Croston Old School is a multi-purpose community resource centre which opened in April 2001 after extensive refurbishment. The school was erected in 1660 by the Reverend James Hyatt at his own cost, and was intended to be a “free school for the good education of the children of the parish”.

The school was rebuilt by public subscription in 1827 and was home to the village infant school until March 1999. This grade II listed building is now an excellent community facility and a great venue for live music and there is also a licensed bar facility. Many concerts are organised through the partnership with Spot-On Rural Touring.

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