This small village and parish lies about 4 miles north-east of Spilsby. Candlesby parish lies just to the south-east and Skendleby parish to the north. The parish covers almost 1,340 acres and includes the hamlet of Grebby.
If you are planning a visit:
There is a colorful photograph of Scremby in Autumn at Flickr by David DALES.
By automobile, take the A158 trunk road between Horncastle and Skegness. The road bisects the village.
Scremby Hall was the home of the BRACKENBURY family. The last member of the family living there was R. E. P. Winton who took possession in 1905. He left the house in a bad state of repair in 1937 and moved to his home in Wimbledon. Tthe house was used as a grain store in 1958 and was demolished in the 70's. Cattle sheds now stand on the site.