Thorganby, North Yorkshire

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Thorganby
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Population330 (2011 census) [1]
OS grid reference SE492749
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53°52′10″N0°57′03″W / 53.86947°N 0.95075°W / 53.86947; -0.95075 Coordinates: 53°52′10″N0°57′03″W / 53.86947°N 0.95075°W / 53.86947; -0.95075

Thorganby is a small village and civil parish in the Selby district of North Yorkshire, England. It was historically part of the East Riding of Yorkshire until 1974. [2] It is situated 3 miles (4.8 km) from the village of Wheldrake. According to the 2011 census the village had 330 residents. Children in the village attend Wheldrake with Thorganby C of E (Aided) Primary School, located in Wheldrake.

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History

The village is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Torgrembi and was listed as belonging to Ralph Paynel, the lord in chief of the area. [3] Thorganby derives from a personal name Thorgrim and the Old Norse , meaning farmstead or village. [4]

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St. Helens Church

A church is first recorded in 1228, when the advowson was appointed to Robert de Meynell. [5] However, the present structure, the Church of St Helen, which is a grade I listed building, dates from the 15th century. [6] The church is in the ecclesiastical parish of Thorganby, which is in the Diocese of York. [7]

The village is in the Selby District of North Yorkshire, but was previously in the Ouse and Derwent Wapentake of the East Riding of Yorkshire. [8] [9] [10] The village is on the west bank of the River Derwent [11] and is across the river from the Lower Derwent National Nature Reserve. [12]

The nearest railway station in the 19th century was Escrick, some 5 miles (8 km) to the west. [13] However, in 1913, Thorganby gained its own station on the newly opened Derwent Valley Light Railway, which provided a link between York and Selby. [14] The station closed in 1926 to passengers, but remained open until 1964 for goods traffic. [15]

In the 2001 census, the parish had 241 residents, [16] and increasing by the 2011 census to 330. [1] In 2015, North Yorkshire County Council estimated the population to have risen again to 350. [17]

Film star Robert Redford visited a pub in the village with friends in March 2011 while in the UK to promote the Sundance London Film Festival. [18]

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