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Stokesley, TS9 5DG
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Did you know that Stokesley was granted a charter to hold fairs in 1223 by Henry III?
The Manor House has served as a hospital, court house and public library. It is now returned to being a private home again. In 1914 the Manor House was twice the size it is today following the demolition of four bays at its south end after the Second World War.
Angrove Hall stood for about seventy years to the north of the Ayton to Stokesley road, slightly nearer to Ayton than Stokesley. It was pulled down in 1832 and now nothing remains.
At the age of 17 Miss Jane Page, along with her mother and sister, travelled to Australia join up with her father who was a captain in the East India Company. She married Mr Stephen George Henty after a speedy engagement and moved to Victoria, Australia.
The water mill in Stokesley contained both water and horse drawn wheels within the same building, an unusual feature.
The Stokesley Society was formed in 1962 and aims to preserve and improve the appearance of the town, and to stimulate public interest in the beauty, history and character of the town and its surroundings.
The Stokesley Pride in our Town Association aims to encourage and sustain a sense of pride in Stokesley
The Packhorse Bridge is Grade II listed and dates from the 17th century, although it probably replaced an earlier bridge. The high span of the bridge enables the river to be crossed in all states of the river.
Unfortunately there is no readily available information on why the market cross or shambles buildings were destroyed. If you have any information please contact us...
The water levels of the River Leven here are monitored and managed by the Stokesley Flood Alleviation Scheme, originally built in the 1970s and upgraded in 2019.
Alec Wright was once described by The Dalesman (a regional magazine) as 'the best known man in Cleveland'.
The land for the North Road Play Park was given to Stokesley by Godfrey Laird Sowerby on 11th Oct 1950. It has been recently refurbished over a period of 3 years at a cost of £250,000.
You can volunteer to help your local Scouts and Guides throughout the UK. Their aim is to 'Help inspire the doers and give it a goers of the future'.
This memorial commemorates the 42 names of those who lost their lives in the First World War, and 13 in the Second World War.
Records show that Dr. Yeoman worked as a medical officer during the first World War. It was at this time that the Manor House in Stokesley served as a hospital, when the owner Heanage Wynne-Finch offered his family home for this purpose.
This station is part of the North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service.
The Globe started as a community-run library in 2017 and was officially opened on 15 June 2017 by celebrated historical novelist and academic Philippa Gregory.
It's believed that this was a former Methodist chapel. In 1941 all Methodist worship in the town was centred at the current larger Methodist Church on the High Street.
In 1918 the school was closed for failing to reach the standards of an inspection, primarily caused by lack of funds.
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