Picturesque countryside following the twisting course of the River Yarrow makes a fine setting for this tiny village.
Amongst its most notable buildings are 17th century almshouses and a 15th century church containing a curious memorial brass. Next to Church St is an early fifteenth century cobbled pack horse bridge which crosses the river Yarrow opposite The Grapes public house.
Continuing through the village, the village green can be found surrounded by The Nelson, The Wheatsheaf public houses and the Brambles Restaurant. The village green is the venue for the annual May Day Madness and Bastille Day celebrations
There are seven establishments in Croston where you can drink. Most also provide food and the occasional entertainment.
- THE BLACK HORSE
- THE CROWN
- THE DE TRAFFORD ARMS
- THE GRAPES
- THE LORD NELSON
- THE SPORTS CLUB
- THE WHEATSHEAF