Great and Little Broughton Parish Council
The village and parish of Great Broughton (population circa 940) lies 2.5 miles south of the market town of Stokesley in the North Yorkshire district of Hambleton.
Situated on the B1257 at the foot of the Cleveland Hills, the village provides an important northern gateway to the North Yorks Moors National Park and is a popular overnight stopover for walkers on the Wainwright Coast to Coast route and the Cleveland Way.
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The moors surrounding the village were famous for jet mining in the 19th century and the spoil from the drift mines can be seen along the sides of Hasty Bank and Cold Moor. The jet miners who worked in the nearby hills were given the rare distinction of having a public house named after them in the centre of the village. A well known landmark is the rock formation ‘The Wainstones’, visible on top of Hasty Bank to the south of the village.
Great Broughton Village Hall
Entertainment, events/activities and Educational classes. To book please contact Jeff French on 01642 712426
Broughton and Kirkby Sports Club
This a long standing sports club serving the villages of Great Broughton and Kirby.
Children’s Play Ground
We are very proud of our ROSPA inspected childrens playground located near to the school on Kirkby Lane
Wainstones Community Wood
Wainstone Wood (also known as the Millennium Wood) was established under the Wood on Your Doorstep initiative in the late 1990s and funded in part by donations from the community of Great Broughton. The Wainstone Wood is available to all accessed by Public Rights of Way and managed by The Woodland Trust.
Combining the service and facilities of a Silver Award Winning three star hotel with the atmosphere of a Yorkshire Country Inn. You can be guaranteed a warm welcome at The Wainstones Hotel.
Bay Horse Pub & Restaurant
An attractive and traditional-feel country inn, The Bay horse always offers a warm and welcoming ambience that embraces great ales and a blend of traditional and contemporary food.
Jet Miners Pub & Restaurant
A traditional and old world charm with menus that offer freshly prepared meals balanced with lighter lunch options as well as the more traditional fayre and a full A La Carte menu.
We have an active Neighbourhood Watch please contact Jim Watson on 01642 711406
The village is serviced by a local primary school, and a senior school located in Stokesley, with a free bus service.
There are a range of medical facilities nearby:
If you are unwell and unsure of where you should go please dial 111
There is a defribillator located on the side of the village hall
There are a huge array of local amenities, here are just a few:
Stokesley has a selection of local shops and national brand outlets. A market takes place every Friday and a Farmers Market is held on the first Saturday of the month.
The towns and cities of the Tees Valley and North Yorkshire are within commuting distance.