Borrowby North Yorkshire
A village of steep streets and narrow lanes, it has a wide view from its little hilltop between the Hambleton Hills and the great Plain of York. Standing by the old cross on the green, we look for miles over the Plain, so richly wooded and dotted with towns and villages that an ambassador at Henry the Eighth's Court once declared the view without parallel in Europe.
(from Arthur Mee's Yorkshire North Riding)
Population about 390
No shops, no public transport
Mobile Post Office Tue & Thu 11.15-12.15
Village centre postcode YO7 4QL
Tel 01845 537XXX ADSL 4Mb & FTTC
Grid Reference SE426 894
Height (ASL) approx. 100 metres
Borrowby Methodist Church History, service times.
Borrowby Parish Council Contact details and minutes
Village Hall in the centre of the village, Booking details
An Old Map of Borrowby Scan of 1928 25inch Ordinance survey sheet