Tyto Law are a local Solicitors firm based near Scunthorpe to assist the local community with any legal matters they may be facing.
The Tyto Law office is just under a 20 minute drive from Scunthorpe centre, the quickest route is usually the A18.
Remember though – we are perfectly happy to visit you in the comfort and privacy of your own home!
We know it can be difficult to make appointments during the working week so are very happy to come and visit at a time that is convenient to you – including evenings and weekends.
The quickest route is usually the A18.
The address for your sat nav is:
90 High Street
There is a local bus service from Scunthorpe to Crowle, which takes around 30 minutes.
Bus 90 – Towards Eastoft
Depart at Market Place – this is just a 1 minute walk from the Tyto Law Offices
Please visit Stagecoach Website for up to date timetable information.
Scunthorpe has a unique character and culture, here are some interesting facts and things to do in this great town!…
Scunthorpe is best known as one of the largest steel manufacturers in the country. However, it is only the combined Appleby-Frodingham works left – which is now known as the headquarters of British Steel. Even today, the steelworks occupies a vast area of land, almost half the size of Scunthorpe again!
On selected summer weekends there is a free train tour around the 2000-acres of the British Steel works in Scunthorpe, thanks to the Appleby Frodingham RPS . Visit their website here for more info.
Sainsbury’s supermarket on Henderson Avenue, Scunthorpe was once home to Scunthorpe United football team! It has been rumoured that people visit the store to try and figure out where the centre spot was on the Old Show Ground football stadium! See store info here.
The late author Ted Lewis lived in Barton and Scunthorpe, his books featured the cult gangster hero Jack Carter, famously played by Michael Caine in the film Get Carter – Read more about it here.
It is reported that the drink “Snakebite” originated from Scunthorpe!
Mulgrave Street, in Scunthorpe became a title of a best-selling album and song by Amazing Blondel released in 1974! You can listen here!
Cheese and onion flavour crisps were invented 50 years ago by Golden Wonder, the official crisp-makers of Scunthorpe! The company has now been bought by snack giant Tayto and they employ around 300 people at the Scunthorpe factory.
A predominantly industrial town, it is the United Kingdom’s largest steel processing centre and is also known as the “Industrial Garden Town”.
It is the third largest settlement in Lincolnshire, after Lincoln and Grimsby.
In 2016, it was reported that Scunthorpe had an estimated total population of 82,334. Way back in 1851 Scunthorpe only had a population of 1,245 residents. In 1941, this had grown to 45,840 residing in the area.
As Scunthorpe expanded, it included the former villages of the town, Frodingham, Ashby, Crosby, Bottesford and Brumby. In 1891, the city was officially considered an urban district. In 1919, it merged as ‘Scunthorpe, Brumby and Frodingham Urban District’ before becoming a municipal borough in 1936.
Scunthorpe appears in the Domesday Book, and it was called Escumesthorpe. This word came from the Old Norse Skumasþorp which means Skuma’s homestead. Furthermore, this is a site believed to be located in the centre of Scunthorpe that is close to the location of Market Hill today.
Ian Botham – International Cricketer
One of England’s greatest ever cricketers, Ian Terence Botham was born in November 1955 at Oldfield in Cheshire. His connection with Scunthorpe, however, is not through cricket but football! He enjoyed a short career as a Scunthorpe United player!
Kevin Doyle – Actor
Born in Scunthorpe in 1961. He was in Downton Abbey in 2010 as Molesley. Kevin also appeared in shows such as Happy Valley (2014), Scott & Bailey (2011), and the 2016 ITV TV Mini-Series Paranoid (2016).
Joan Plowright – Actress
A fine character actress, Joan Plowright was born in Brigg, near Scunthorpe, in October 1929. She was trained at the Old Vic before making her London stage debut in 1954.
John Wesley – Co-founder of the Methodist Church (1703 – 1791)
Renowned as a leading evangelist of the Christian Church, John Wesley was born at Epworth Rectory in 1703 the son of a former non-conformist minister.
Kevin Keegan – International Footballer & Manager
Kevin Keegan was born at Amthorpe, near Scunthorpe, on February 14th 1951. His football career started with Scunthorpe United before his transfer to Liverpool in 1971.
Liz Smith – Actress (1925 – 2016)
The much loved comedy and character actress Liz Smith was born Betty Smith in December 1925 in Scunthorpe. Her most notable television appearance was as Nana in the Royle Family.
Tony Jacklin – Golfer
Tony Jacklin was Born in Scunthorpe in 1944. He became a national golfing hero in 1969 when he secured both the British and US Opens.
Scunthorpe links – hospital, council, schools, population, etc
We are able to visit you at home in Scunthorpe, Thorne, Goole, Crowle and Epworth and surrounding areas of North Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire
You are, of course, also welcome to visit us at our office in Crowle High Street, please give the office a call to arrange an appointment.
We are paperless, cloud-based, and always endeavour to see our clients at a time and place convenient for you – including evenings and weekends.
Our aim is to provide you with exceptional legal services at cost-effective prices.
Please see a summary of the services we offer below: