Ryedale District Council operates recycling banks for plastic bottles, glass, cans, paper, textiles, books and aluminium foil at the town site adjacent to the Primary School. This makes it really easy for parents to do their recycling whilst dropping their children off and is just off the main commuter route, the A170 – so let’s […]
If you live in Kirkbymoorside try moving the map around to locate your street then use the + or – signs to focus right in on your house – have fun!
Worship has continued at this site for over 1000 years through Saxon times and despite a Viking invasion. Today the church is an interesting mix of styles with the earliest remaining parts of the church dating from 1250. The porch and parvise room date from 1400, the roof from the 15th century, the tower from […]
The allotments go from strength to strength. After the threat of plans to build houses on the site a few years ago was dropped and the long-term future of the site secured, members of the allotment association have worked hard to improve the facilities on the site. There is now a waiting list for a […]
Ancient trees in Ryedale are being catalogued in an initiative by the district council to ensure their future is secured. One of these is a magnificent ash found at the northern edge of Manor Vale Woodland. Manor Vale is a narrow, Y-shaped dry valley cut into the Jurassic strata of the Tabular Hills which form […]
A NEW site is set to be sought for the controversial bus shelter in Kirkbymoorside’s town centre after strong opposition from residents over plans to build in the heart of the historic Market Place at Chisholm’s Monument. The town council heard from protesters that they were concerned about the impact of the shelter on the […]
The buried and standing remains of a late medieval hunting lodge. Neville Castle is believed to have replaced the moated manor house on Vivier’s Hill, 500m to the south east, as the main seat of the manor of Kirbymoorside which was held by the Neville family from the beginning of C15 until 1569, when it […]
In recent years the town play area has been dramatically improved under the management of the voluntary, parent-led, Kirkbymoorside Play Areas Association. A new skate park, toddlers play area and activity trail was installed, followed by swings and a slide and, most recently, a superb climbing frame which now sits atop the site. Hopefully some […]
Some American visitors have posted their drive-through film of the town on YouTube for everyone to enjoy.
The beautiful pink climbing roses that adorn the entrance to Mike & Gloria Bowshers’ High Hall home are wonderful at this time of the year. It was not surprising to see a young Ryedale student having her picture taken in front of them earlier this week wearing her ball gown prior to leaving for her […]
WE WANT your ideas! This was the message to Kirkbymoorside residents who packed Monday night’s town council meeting, objecting to plans by the authority to convert the former county council library in Church Street into a new home for the town council. The meeting was told that estimates ranging from £155,798 to £182,362 had been […]
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