The site of the Captain Cook Tourism Association. Covering the land stretching from the port of Whitby, north to the Tees River and on to Cook’s birthplace at Marton in Middlesbrough. With suggestions of places to visit, where to eat and stay, and historical information. Also featuring ideas for walks.
The site of Yorkshire's Herriot Country Group. Relating to the area of sweeping hills and rich valleys in the Vale of Mowbray, including the market towns of Thirsk, Northallerton and Stokesley. Pages consist of events information, accommodation provider lists and market details. In addition, slideshows give news updates.
The site of a Registered Charity who support local voluntary organisations and community groups to get the help they need, by:
- Identifying and filling the gaps in services
- Raising standards
- Enabling communication and collaboration
- Providing a voice
- Promoting strategic involvement
A site supported by Action for Market Towns and North Yorkshire County Council. Covering the whole county. With descriptions and pictures of each town, and useful links.
A site of Stokesley Pride in our Town Association. With pages of associated organisations including Stokesley Local History Study Group, The Stokesley Society, Stokesley Entertainment Group and the Stokesley River Leven Group. In addition, featuring links to many related organisations.
The site of an organisation which offers retired and semi-retired people a stimulating and active programme of events. Activity groups span a range of interests both social and intellectual. The organisation is a member of the Third Age Trust, and a registered charity, with nearly 400 members. It holds monthly General Meetings which include a speaker.
The site of The Stokesley Agricultural Society Annual Show. With details of programme and classes of animals for judging.
The site of Kirkby-in-Cleveland Parish Council. With information about every aspect of the village and parish. There is a Sport and Leisure section with a separate page for local walks, as well as a host of links to sites of visitor attractions.
The page of a group of people from Stokesley and the surrounding area with representatives from the public, private, voluntary and community sectors. The Group owns this site and is supported by the local authority to help make projects happen for Parish Councils, clubs and voluntary groups. It meets to plan, deliver and influence proposals that will help improve the local quality of life. The page has dates and minutes of these meetings.
The Hambleton Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) brings together representatives from the public, private, voluntary and community sectors that operate across the District.
The community is represented by the 5 Area Groups which make up part of the overall LSP structure:
Bedale & Villages Community Forum
Easingwold & Villages Forum
Northallerton & Villages Community Forum
Stokesley & Villages Regeneration Group (including the Stokesley Cycleways Group)
Thirsk Regeneration Initiative
They have all set up websites to promote the area in which they live to tourism.
Richmondshire also has an LSP with a similar structure and discussions have taken place around the possibility of joint working between the two LSP’s.
The focus of the joint working is at the strategic decision making level (Board) and around themes which are common priorities in both Districts – the Area Groups will not be directly affected by this work and will remain an important focus for delivery at a local level of community needs.
The site of Hamblton District Council's four leisure centres.
The facilities include a 16 bay floodlit Driving Range, 9-Hole par 3 course, Golf club hire and repairs, Pro shop, Professional golf tuition, 12 hole crazy golf course and a coffee shop.
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