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Hutton Rudby is a picturesque village situated 4 miles from the market town of Stokesley; in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. Originally two separate villages, Huton and Rudby were united as one by the building of a bridge over the river Leven.

The oldest building is our beautiful and well-loved All Saints Church. Built in an English Gothic design with a part-Norman Chancel it boasts a 14th Century nave and a 15th Century tower. The village has always relied heavily on agriculture; although in the 18th and 19th Centuries the linen factory played a more dominant role in industry.

The centre of Hutton rudby is the village green. On an annual basis, this is host to the village event; a marvellous opportunity for local groups and soceties to gather and raise funds for worthy charities. Equally as important, for us gregarious villagers, it is a time get together, listen to live music and enjoy the English outdors!!

Hutton Rudby enjoys a wealth of local amenities; notably the village hall, with it's array of classes and groups, including the well-renowned amateur dramatics society. Adjoining the village hall is the tennis club, sporting fabulous floodlit courts. The Spar shop, post office and butchers provide villagers with their general shopping needs and always with a smile. A small village we may be, but with three busy pubs, there is no lack of evening entertainment! With frequent live singers/bands and quizes, there's something for everyone.

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