For many centuries, much of what was called Hull came within the parish of St Mary's Church, Sculcoates.
Sculcoates railway station closed on 9 June 1912.
Sculcoates has a library, a post office, a swimming bath called Beverley Road Baths, a high school and two primary schools.
- S J Dixon. "The History of Sculcoates". www.dixon115.freeserve.co.uk.
- K. J. Allison, ed. (1969). "Outlying villages: Sculcoates". A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 1: The City of Kingston upon Hull : Victoria County History. pp. 467–469.
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