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Thirsk welcomes return of famers’ market

Thirsk is busy preparing for the return of the award winning Northern Dales Farmers’ market later this month. The market is one of the UK’s largest organisations of its kind, running local food markets at locations almost every weekend across North Yorkshire, Teesside and County Durham. Nigel Davison, market manager, and his

Gateway Business Park at Thirsk launched to the market

Developer Castlevale Ltd has launched the remaining land at the successful Gateway Business Park to the market. Several developments have already been undertaken, including an Aldi supermarket, Extra care facility and Premier Inn hotel, and work is shortly due to start on a speculative small unit industrial scheme. Martin Foster of Castlevale

Cliff Stud and Thirsk Racecourse sign three-year sponsorship deal

An historic Helmsley-based stud farm, once owned by horse racing legend Sir Henry Cecil, has signed a three-year sponsorship deal with Thirsk Racecourse to back Thirsk’s most prestigious race, the Thirsk Hunt Cup, until at least 2021. Set in 220 acres above Helmsley, Cliff Stud specialises in foaling, and with its

Twisted team are on a Swiss roll

Twisted Automotive swapped the rolling hills of North Yorkshire for the snow-capped mountains of Switzerland when the company showcased two stunning re-engineered Land Rover Defender vehicles at this year’s Geneva International Motor Show. The Thirsk-based team made up part of a small corner of Yorkshire relocated amid the lakes and mountains,

North Yorkshire roadside diner finds new lease of life through Christie & Co

Diner 168, a roadside restaurant close to the town of Thirsk in North Yorkshire, has been sold through specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co to a local land developer. Diner 168 is well established having been operating since 1992 and provides capacity for up to 60 covers, plus a 45

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