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Croxby deserted medieval village (DMV) lies to the north-east from the church, with Croxby Hall at the bottom, and along the sides of, a narrow stream running through a chalk valley. At the time of the Domesday survey Croxby had a population of 36.
Croxby Hall is a Grade II* listed building of red brick dating from 1730.
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