For this church:
Scrooby St Wilfrid
Churchyard wall, gate piers, gates and village pinfold. It is built of dressed coursed rubble, ashlar, red brick, wrought iron and wood. Extending 95 metres around the east and north of the churchyard is a dressed coursed rubble wall with ashlar coping and some brick infill to the north side. To the east is a pair of ashlar piers with shaped coping and double wrought iron gate. The north side has a pair of small wooden piers and double wooden gate.
Projecting from the north west is the dressed coursed rubble village pinfold, extending to 17 metres on its north and east sides, with a pair of wooden piers and wooden gate in the south-east corner.