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Town built around a level market square with easy access. Popular for shopping. Market Day on Friday. Several cafes/restaurants/pubs. Toilets for disabled visitors in Cleveland Way Car-Park.
Town centre along one main street on a gentle hill. Paved access ramped. Central Car-Park with toilets for disabled visitors. Cafes and pubs, historic church. Market Day Wednesday.
Town centre around a sloping market square, with principal shopping streets as offshoots. Pavement access ramped. Very wide range of traditional market town shops. Market Day Saturday. Several cafes, restaurants and pubs. Toilets for disabled visitors in Market Place and Wentworth Street.
Main street is the Market Hill, a fair slope. Good range of shops, many at lower end of hill. Ramped footpath access. Good range of cafes, restaurants and pubs. Toilets for disabled visitors in main car-parks on The Ropery and Eastgate. Market Day Monday.
A popular stopping off place with central, level car-park. Cafes and pubs. Pretty village, with level, riverside walk past the well-known thatched cottage. Craft and souvenir shops. Disabled toilet available in the lakeside car park off Maltongate.
A quiet village, set around a level green. No shops. Hotel for meals. Easy walk around, pretty cottages and riverside.
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If you have experienced particular difficulties in any respect, please also let us know, as we may be able to be influential in securing future improvements in access provision. However, Ryedale District Council does not accept any responsibility for the condition of the facilities mentioned in this document, that it does not maintain, or is not responsible for.