|Located in||Leicestershire, England|
|See also||Gartree Hundred, Leicestershire, England||hundred in which the parish was included|
|Billesdon Rural, Leicestershire, England||rural district of which it was part 1894-1974|
|Leicester, Leicestershire, England||county borough which absorbed part of the parish in 1966|
|Harborough District, Leicestershire, England||district municipality covering part of the area since 1974|
|Leicester District, Leicestershire, England||district municipality covering part of the area since 1974|
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Scraptoft is a village in Leicestershire, England, that is effectively a suburb of Leicester. It has a population of about 1,500. It lies north of the A47 road east of Leicester, and runs directly into the built up area of Thurnby and Bushby to the south. For local government the village forms part of the district of Harborough, and constitutes a civil parish.
Part of the parish was absorbed into the City of Leicester in 1966.
Categories: Leicestershire, England | Scraptoft, Leicestershire, England | Gartree Hundred, Leicestershire, England | Billesdon Rural, Leicestershire, England | Leicester, Leicestershire, England | Harborough District, Leicestershire, England | Leicester District, Leicestershire, England