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Guisborough, TS14 6HF
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The Market Cross was built in the mid 18th century and became protected as a Grade II listed building in 1952. Photo: Coronation of King George V 1911.
This area used to be the site of a common bakehouse for residents of the town. The mural was awarded a commendation in the Redcar & Cleveland Design Awards Scheme 2002.
Did you know a bronze Roman cavalry helmet was found in Guisborough in 1864, commonly referred to as the 'Guisborough Helmet'. It was discovered during road works and donated to the British Museum in London where it is currently on display
The mechanics based here served the local ironstone trade at that time, and an 1866 report lists 54 pupils. The land for this institute was donated in 1861 by Admiral Chalenor.
The Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II was held in 2002 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of her accession to the crown.
John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist Church, visited Guisborough nine times. In Wesley's Journal he wrote "At twelve we had a lovely congregation in a meadow near the town, who drank in every word that was spoken, as the thirsty earth the showers." (8th July 1759).
Since it's founding Guisborough Town Pride have raised funds, installed seats and spruced up the area with flower tubs, Christmas lights and more, restoring the historic market town to its former glory.
Did you know there's another 'Huntee' treasure trail in Guisborough Forest available for you to play?
Westgate Park underwent an extensive renovation in April 2019.
This history of the Chaloner family is Guisborough dates back to the mid 16th century when Sir Thomas Chaloner I arrived as one of King Henry VIII's agents for the dissolution of the monasteries.
Guisborough Town Hall was built in 1821 using stones from the demolished Tockets Hall, the home of the Chaloner family. The Town Hall was further extended in 1870 and the current Grade II listed building stands on the site of an ancient toll booth.
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Guisborough Market Town