No one really knows for sure how the village received its intriguing name. One theory derives it from miserere me, a phrase chanted by pilgrims who walked this way. Another suggests the deceased St Cuthbert somehow whispered pity me, when monks dropped his coffin at the site. Others say it was a pilgrim's inn, or the protests of a prisoner taken to a gallows that perhaps stood on the site. Even 'Pitty' a reference to abundant coal pits has been suggested.
BMS Car Sales
Used car dealer's stock list and opening hours. [Framwellgate Moor]
Caters for all occasions from corporate transportation to weddings and children's parties.
A housing association covering the North East of England. News, events, company profile, careers, services, home ownership, and contacts.
Interplan Sign Systems
Offers information, car park, external, illuminated fascia, and wayfinder signs plus street name plates. Also recycles plastic wood to manufacture heavy duty bollards, benches, and fencing.
Kelly Park Caring Agency
Provides information about home care services, employment vacancies, and contact details.
Northumbrian Water Group
The companies in the group work in three related areas: the supply of water and waste water services within the UK; international water management; and a range of supporting technical and consultancy services.
Northumbrian Water Limited
Company profile, general information, tariffs, payment, water, sewage, Kielder Water and Forest Park, and contacts. A member of Northumbrian Water Group (NWG).
Olympic find at Pity Me
General information about the cocktail bar of the RMS Olympic, sister-ship of the ill-fated RMS Titanic, found in a public house in the village.
Suppliers of farming machinery and equipment. Company profile, used equipment, parts, equestrian shop, vacancies, and contacts. Also located in Northallerton.
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