Continuing Road Closure

The continuing saga of the collapsed culvert and the road closure…

Work is due to commence on 4th June, and according the “Highways Customer Communication Officer”…

“It is anticipated the works will take 5 weeks to complete if all goes according to plan.”

It’s been a long old haul to get the low road fixed, and it seems it may be a while yet before we can trundle happily southwards again.

Terrington walk

Length: 3.7 miles

A walk through hidden valleys to unexpected viewpoints. This area of natural beauty provides classic views, and the seclusion of Mowthorpe Dale and the peaceful limestone villages of Terrington and Ganthorpe provide contrast during your walk.

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Terrington walk

Terrington walk

Length: 5.5 miles

Terrington is lovely and oozes that quintessentially English character so beloved in the books of Jane Austen. The land around Terrington gently rolls through farmland, some fine woods and an attractive section of riverside.

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Terrington Walk

Sherriff Hutton walk

Length: 8.5 miles

The ruins of Sheriff Hutton’s Neville Castle dominate this walk throughout, sitting as it does on a slight rise and still containing some impressive high walls.

The lands are largely farming lands but with excellent views across the Vale of York. It is good walking country with a fine network of paths.

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Sherrif Hutton Walk

Welcome to Farlington

Farlington field

Farlington is a small, picturesque farming village in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire.

The village has a 12th century church, St. Leonards, a good pub, the Blacksmith’s Arms, and has a small stream, Farlington Beck running through it.

Farlington is ideally situated for a walk in the Hambleton Hills, a visit to Castle Howard, a day out in the historic city of York, or the market town of Malton.

Roasted Broccoli


It’s that time of year when purple sprouting broccoli comes into season.  The shops and markets should have plenty of it on the shelves, and if you grow your own you may well have an abundance of this fresh, green brassica.

But however, or wherever you get your broccoli, there is a simple way of cooking it which will transform the flavour completely.

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