B1248 runs through the middle of the village which was once famous
for its abattoir and more recently its mushroom factory. Sadly
these have both closed and private homes stand on the sites where
the businesses once stood. The main business in the village today
is the agricultural and tractor business of Wilfred Scruton Ltd,
Case IH main dealers which has been in the village now for many
The village stands around a very small area of
grass situated on Ganton Road and is a mixture of houses, farms
and farm buildings.
The church of St Marys with
its rounded end and decoratively carved doorway stands quietly on
Ganton Road leading out of the village. Its bell tower with its
widows covered by wooden slats and its pretty stained glass window
make it an attractive sight positioned on the hill side.
rows of pretty cottages standing on the road side, house names
like Dingle Cottage and streets called Smythy Lane, all help make
Foxholes the quaint country village that it is.