Northallerton, the County Town of North Yorkshire, has been a legal and administrative centre for over a thousand years during which time it has flourished as a thriving market town situated centrally at the northern extremity of the Vale of York in a rich agricultural area between the Hambleton Hills and the river Swale on a stretch of sand and gravel adjacent to the confluence of two streams at Castle Hills, Sun Beck and Willow Beck which flow into the river Wiske.
Northallerton North Yorkshire
Includes information on the town and its history, and on the surrounding area, along with photographs and maps. Also includes a directory of businesses and organisations in the area.
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