North Yorkshire

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The 19 largest settlements of North Yorkshire, along with Malton. Cities and county town (Northallerton) in bold, district centres in yellow.

Settlements and parishes

Settlements in italics lie within one of four unitary authorities.

North Yorkshire
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Location of North Yorkshire within England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Constituent country England
Region Divided between Yorkshire and the Humber & North East
Established1974
Established by Local Government Act 1972
Preceded by North Riding of Yorkshire
Origin Yorkshire
Time zone UTC±00:00 (Greenwich Mean Time)
  Summer (DST) UTC+01:00 (British Summer Time)
Members of Parliament List of MPs
Police North Yorkshire Police
Cleveland Police
Ceremonial county
Lord Lieutenant Johanna Ropner [1]
High Sheriff David Kerfoot (2020–21) [2]
Area8,608 km2 (3,324 sq mi)
  Ranked 1st of 48
Population (mid-2019 est.)1,158,816
  Ranked 14th of 48
Density134/km2 (350/sq mi)
Ethnicity96% White
2.0% S.Asian
0.6% Black
#PlacePopulation
(2011)
Local authorityDefined as
1 Middlesbrough 174,700 [lower-alpha 1] MiddlesbroughTown
2 York 152,841 [lower-alpha 2] City of YorkCity
3 Harrogate 73,576 [lower-alpha 3] HarrogateTown
4 Scarborough 38,715 [lower-alpha 4] ScarboroughTown
5 Redcar 37,073 [lower-alpha 5] Redcar and ClevelandTown
6 Thornaby-on-Tees 24,741 [lower-alpha 6] Stockton-on-Tees (south)Town
7 Ingleby Barwick 20,378 [66] Stockton-on-Tees (south)Town
8 Saltburn, Marske and New Marske 19,134 [67] Redcar and ClevelandCivil Parish
9 Guisborough 17,777 [68] Redcar and ClevelandTown
10 Ripon 16,702 [69] HarrogateCity
11 Knaresborough 15,441 [70] HarrogateTown
12 Selby 14,731 [71] SelbyTown
13 Skipton 14,623 [72] CravenTown
14 Whitby 13,213 [73] ScarboroughTown
15 Skelton and Brotton 12,848 [74] Redcar and ClevelandCivil Parish
16 Northallerton 10,655 [lower-alpha 7] HambletonTown
17 Haxby 8,428 [76] City of YorkTown
18 Richmond 8,413 [77] RichmondshireTown
19 Yarm-on-Tees 8,384 [78] Stockton-on-Tees (south)Town
20 Loftus 7,988 [79] Redcar and ClevelandTown
  1. Based on its built-up area subdivision; including areas outside the council area. [55]
  2. Based on its built-up area, excluding outlying towns and villages within the council area. [56]
  3. Unparished built-up area subdivision accurately corresponds to town boundaries; no outlying areas. [57]
  4. No population count measured the town independently at the 2011 census. Including parishes equates to 61,749, excluding outlying parishes of Eastfield, [58] Osgodby, [59] Cayton, [60] Newby, Scalby [61] and part of Seamer. [62] equates to total.
    (approximate)
    [63]
  5. Unparished built-up area subdivision accurately corresponds to town boundaries; no outlying areas. [64]
  6. Built-up area subdivision accurately corresponds to town boundaries; no outlying areas. [65]
  7. County town [75]

They are also multiple smaller settlements of North Yorkshire, italics denote a place in one of the unitary authorities apart from settlements of Middlesbrough:

Places of interest

Key
AP Icon.svg Abbey/Priory/Cathedral
UKAL icon.svg Accessible open space
Themepark uk icon.png Amusement/Theme Park
CL icon.svg Castle
Country parks.svg Country Park
EH icon.svg English Heritage
Forestry Commission
HR icon.svg Heritage railway
HH icon.svg Historic House
AP Icon.svg Places of Worship
Museum icon.svg
Museum icon (red).svg
Museum (free/not free)
NTE icon.svg National Trust
Drama-icon.svg Theatre
Zoo icon.jpg Zoo

Places of interest in italics lie are in the non-administrative county.

News and media

The county is served by BBC North East and Cumbria, and for more southerly parts of the county BBC Yorkshire. Yorkshire Television and Tyne Tees Television are also received in most areas of the county, Settle and the Western part of the Craven area is served by BBC North West and Granada Television. BBC Tees is broadcast to northern parts of the county, whilst BBC Radio York is broadcast more widely. BBC Radio Leeds broadcasts to southern parts of the county.

Transport

Rail

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York railway station
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Harrogate railway station

The East Coast Main Line (ECML) bisects the county stopping at Northallerton, Thirsk and York. Passenger services on the ECML within the county are operated by London North Eastern Railway, TransPennine Express and Grand Central. TransPennine Express run services on the York to Scarborough Line and the Northallerton–Eaglescliffe Line (for Middlesbrough) that both branch off the ECML.

Northern operates the remaining lines in the county, including commuter services on the Harrogate Line, Airedale Line and York & Selby Lines, of which the former two are covered by the Metro ticketing area. Remaining branch lines operated by Northern include the Yorkshire Coast Line from Scarborough to Hull, the Hull to York Line via Selby, the Tees Valley Line from Darlington to Saltburn and the Esk Valley Line from Middlesbrough to Whitby. Last but certainly not least, the Settle-Carlisle Line runs through the west of the county, with services again operated by Northern.

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Current and former railway routes in eastern North Yorkshire

The county suffered badly under the Beeching cuts of the 1960s. Places such as Richmond, Ripon, Tadcaster, Helmsley, Pickering and the Wensleydale communities lost their passenger services. Notable lines closed were the Scarborough and Whitby Railway, Malton and Driffield Railway and the secondary main line between Northallerton and Harrogate via Ripon. Heritage railways within North Yorkshire include: the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, between Pickering and Grosmont, which opened in 1973; the Derwent Valley Light Railway near York; and the Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway. The Wensleydale Railway, which started operating in 2003, runs services between Leeming Bar and Redmire along a former freight-only line. The medium-term aim is to operate into Northallerton station on the ECML, once an agreement can be reached with Network Rail. In the longer term, the aim is to reinstate the full line west via Hawes to Garsdale on the Settle-Carlisle line.

York railway station is the largest station in the county, with 11 platforms and is a major tourist attraction in its own right. The station is immediately adjacent to the National Railway Museum.

Road

The main road through the county is the north–south A1(M), which has gradually been upgraded in sections to motorway status since the early 1990s. The only other motorways within the county are the short A66(M) near Darlington and a small stretch of the M62 motorway close to Eggborough. [28] The other nationally maintained trunk routes are the A168/A19, A64, A66 and A174.

Coach and bus

Long-distance coach services are operated by National Express and Megabus. Local bus service operators include Arriva Yorkshire, Harrogate Bus Company, Scarborough & District (East Yorkshire Motor Services), Yorkshire Coastliner, First York and the local Dales & District.

Air

There are no major airports in the county itself, but nearby airports include Teesside International (Darlington), Newcastle, Doncaster Sheffield and Leeds Bradford.

Sport

Cricket

Yorkshire County Cricket Club play a number of fixtures at North Marine Road, Scarborough. The ball game Rock-It-Ball was developed in the county.

Association football

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Middlesbrough vs West Ham in FA Cup semi-final 2006

North Yorkshire has multiple association football clubs:

Middlesbrough are currently the highest-ranked team in the county as they play in the EFL Championship. In the past, they have won the EFL Cup and reached the UEFA Cup final. Harrogate Town play in the EFL League Two. York City play in the National League North and finished 2nd on points-per-game during the 2019–20 season, but they lost their play-off semi-final to Altrincham. Whitby Town have reached the FA Cup first round seven times and have played the likes of Hull City, Wigan Athletic and Plymouth Argyle; they currently play in the Northern Premier League Premier Division, along with nearby Scarborough Athletic, a phoenix club of Scarborough.

Rugby football

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Scarborough ground
Rugby Union Teams 2021-22
LeagueTeamVenueCapacityLocation
National League 2 North Harrogate Rudding Lane Harrogate
Wharfedale The Avenue2,000 Threshfield, Craven
North Premier York Clifton Park York, North Yorkshire
North 1 East Malton & NortonThe Gannock Malton
Scarborough Silver Royd4,500 (425 seats) Scalby, Scarborough
Yorkshire 1 SelbySandhill Lane Selby
Durham & Northumberland 1 AcklamTalbot Park Acklam, Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough Acklam Park5,000 (159 seats) Acklam, Middlesbrough

The leading rugby union teams in the county include Wharfedale RUFC, Harrogate RUFC, but teams also include Middlesbrough RUFC and Acklam RUFC who play their league games in Durham/Northumberland 1. York City Knights, previously known as York F.C., are a rugby league team who play in the Rugby League Championships.

Racing

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York Racecourse

North Yorkshire has multiple racecourses at: Catterick Bridge, Redcar, Ripon, Thirsk and York. It also has one motor racing circuit, Croft Circuit; the circuit holds meetings of the British Touring Car Championship, British Superbike and Pickup Truck Racing race series and one Motorcycle Racing Circuit at Oliver's Mount, Scarborough.

See also

Notes

  1. Components may not sum to totals due to rounding
  2. includes hunting and forestry
  3. includes energy and construction
  4. includes financial intermediation services indirectly measured

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The county of North Yorkshire is divided into 11 districts. The districts of North Yorkshire are Selby, Harrogate, Craven, Richmondshire, Hambleton, Ryedale, the Scarborough, the City of York, Redcar and Cleveland, Middlesbrough, and parts are in Stockton-on-Tees administered from County Durham.

Borough of Middlesbrough Unitary authority borough in England

The Borough of Middlesbrough is a borough and unitary authority in North Yorkshire, Northern England, based on the town of Middlesbrough. The borough had a population of 140,980, in the mid-2019 est.

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Coordinates: 54°10′N1°20′W / 54.167°N 1.333°W / 54.167; -1.333