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Around the Village

St Oswald's Church occupies a central position in the village with fine views across to the Hambleton Hills. Ses their page for more information.

East Harlsey Village Hall lies on the north side of the main village street. Built in 1938 as a gift from the Constantine family, it plays a central role in village social activities, and can be hired by any members of the public. The Management Committee are always keen to hear from anyone wishing to join their team.
 
Parish notice board -- Outside the Village Hall.   This displays Parish Council information and news of forthcoming local events. A Village Hall calendar of bookings can be viewed on the notice board inside the hall.


Map of village -- Outside the Village hall.  Included on the map are all the village house names and relative locations. A map of the village properties can also be found here.

Post box -- Outside the village hall.  Last collections are at 1615 (Mon-Fri) and 1100 (Sat). There is no co
llection on Sunday.


Public telephone box -- Opposite village hall.

 

Primary School - the local school for East Harlsey village children is in Ingleby Arncliffe, part of the Mount Grace Federation along with Osmotherley and Swainby schools. A free bus service transports the children to and from school.
 
Secondary schools - the main ones for village children are the Allertonshire School and the Northallerton College in Northallerton. A bus service provides transport here. There is another scondary school in Stokesley.

Public house -- The Cat & Bagpipes, located at the western end of the village. Look there for opening hours.

Neighbourhood Watch Scheme -- The Co-ordinator is Harry Simpson on 01609 882389. The Community Police Team can be contacted at Northallerton Police Station – 01609 783131
 
The Methodist Chapel in Ingleby Arncliffe closed in 2015. There is a Quaker Meeting House in Osmotherley.