Sutton-under-Whitestonecliffe North Yorkshire

This village with the longest hyphenated name in England is between Thirsk 3 miles to the west and infamous Sutton Bank, on the edge of the North York Moors national park. The post office and shop closed some years ago as did the village school. There is a variety of holiday accommodation and a timeshare resort.

The village hall offers various activities and is available for events and meetings.

Despite being on the main road to Helmsley and Scarborough there is no regular public transport.

Estimated village population was 280 in 2005.

Parish Council website

Winter view from Sutton Bank North YorkshireLooking down from Sutton Bank January 4 2010

Beaver Furniture Sutton-under- Whitestonecliffe Yorkshire handmade traditional oak furniture.