North Yorkshire is home to a diversity of historic market towns, with the earliest of market charters being granted in the 12th Century. Each is unique, but share a common purpose and meet the same needs of their communities as they have done over the centuries, and will continue to do so in the future. As vibrant modern service centres, the market towns provide an important focus for employment, goods and services, and leisure and community facilities.
North Yorkshire is England’s largest county. It is a county of immense variety with two national parks, a World Heritage site and a Heritage Coastline. The county offers a wealth of heritage and cultural tradition and leisure opportunities in some of the most stunning scenery in the UK.
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