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Kirkbymoorside or Kirbymoorside as it is sometimes spelled is midway between Helmsley and Pickering. There is some dispute as to the correct spelling but it is usually spelled with the 'k'. The name translates to settlement from the Viking word, 'by', and Kirk means church' so it means settlement with a church. The church still stands in it's modern form half way down the main street. It has some Saxon and Norman fragments in it's masonry. Click HERE for details of the church services.
Through the years, two castles have stood in the town and small fragments of one can be seen to this day on the north edge of the town. Stones from one castle were used to build the Toll House in the centre of the market place.
Many good pubs and restaurants can be found in the town and good sprinkling of local shops with the customary good service and courteous treatment of their customers. The Memorial Hall is to be found in the main street and holds many local social and official functions.
One of the most famous residents was the 2nd Duke of Buckingham who had an interesting life, culminating in a mysterious death in Bob Gardiner's bedroom in Buckingham House, Kirkbymoorside.
The Kirkbymoorside Town Blog
Take a look, it's great - Click here
JRA Services LTD
Call Jim Butler now on 01751 432142 or click here
Landscapes & Seascapes
Scottish artist Jim Wright, based in Kirkbymoorside
2 Market Place
Tel. 01751 430033
Tel : 1751 432505
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Music in Kirkbymoorside
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Micro Metalsmiths Ltd
Vauxhall & KIA dealers
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Kirkbymoorside Town Brass Band A Championship Section Band
North of England 1st Section Champions 2004, 2008 and 2015
The town possesses one of the finest brass bands in the country. It has existed since the first part of the 19th century and is, at the moment, in the Championship Section. The band is a subscription band, so no support is raised from sponsorship. You can help the band in it's finances, by becoming a Friend of the Band
George & Dragon
Market Place, Kirkbymoorside YO62 6AA
Kings Head Hotel
High Market Place
Yorkshire Self Catering
Keepers Cottage: Self catering holiday cottage in North York Moors National Park village
Tel:01751433129 Click Here
The Fox and Hounds
The Fox & Hounds is set in the beautiful village of Sinnington, lying midway between the little Yorkshire market towns of Kirkbymoorside and Pickering
High Rigg B&B
Tel: 01439 770 209
Mobile: 07758 741 613
Country House Hotel and Restaurant
Ann's Cottage - Bed and Breakfast
Ryedale Show.... The show is the biggest in North Yorkshire and attracts thousands every year...
Ryedale Folk Museum... This wonderful museum can be found just outside Kirkby in, Hutton-le-Hole. There are more than ten buildings to look round. You can marvel at an old photo studio, a genuine thatched cottage and much more. There is a farm and craft demos can be seen all year round. Tel. 01751 417367
Writing Together A Creative Writing Group will be meeting at the FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE, 79 WEST END, KIRBYMOORSIDE
on the FIRST WEDNESDAY of each month at 2pm. New members always welcome. Would you like to be a creative writer, for pleasure or profit? We can help develop your skills and give you ideas. Come along to our next meeting: Wed. May 4th. 2pm
Kirkbymoorside Golf Club Situated on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, Kirkbymoorside Golf Club combines breathtaking views with a challenging golf course consisting of some of the most unique holes you are ever likely to encounter. Kirkbymoorside Golf Club also boasts a new 'State of the Art' clubhouse so after playing your round of golf you can enjoy the hospitality we have to offer in comfortable modern surroundings (Sourced KGC)p
Kirkbymoorside Camera Club If it's snapping or more serious photography you require, you will find it all at Kirkbymoorside Camera Club. Take a look at their web site
The Kirkbymoorside Directory ... Have a look at this wonderful document attributed to J H Dobson around 1918. It reports with great affection about the people of the town and was published in the church magazine.
Where to stay in Kirkbymoorside Click to visit Smooth Hound
Kirkbymoorside Town Council A wonderful new site about the Kirkby Town Council
Lastingham Grange a very fine hotel, just outside Kirkbymoorside
Friends of Kirkbymoorside Town Brass Band
Click here to obtain an application form