The Benefice of Buckrose Carrs contains nine churches in villages along the A-64 in North Yorkshire between Malton and Scarborough.
Rillington, Knapton, West Heslerton, East Heslerton and Sherburn are actually on the A-64; while Thorpe Bassett, Scampston, Wintringham and Yedingham are off to the north and south of this main coast-bound trunk road.
All Saints Church Thorpe Bassett, St Andrew's Church Rillington, St Martin's Church Scampston and St Peter's Church Wintringham are open during daylight hours.
Regular services are conducted in All Saints Church Thorpe Bassett, St Andrew's Church Rillington, St Martins Church Scampston, St John the Baptist Church Yedingham, All Saints Church West Heslerton and St Hilda's Church Sherburn.
Occasional services are conducted in St Peter's Church Wintringham, St Edmund's Church Knapton and St Andrew's Church East Heslerton.
St Peter's Church Wintringham and St Andrew's Church East Heslerton are in the care of the Church Conservation Trust.
St Edmund's Church Knapton is in the grounds of Knapton Hall and is managed on behalf of the Diocese by a Private Trust.
Further details about all our Churches are on this web site.
The Rector of our Benefice is the Reverend Joe Kinsella who can be contacted via The Rectory at 2 High Street, Rillington, Malton YO17 8LA. Tel 01944 758989