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September 2016 - now ready to view, a beautiful cottage in the heart of the village.

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Just completed the sale of this stunning Killinghall cottage. We can't wait to see what the new owners are going to do with it!! When finished the renovated it will return to the market. Register at www.alexandergibson.co.uk to be one of the first to view.
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Dani has played across the world from the Royal Albert Hall to the slums of Kenya.
Now she is up close and intimate in our lovely upstairs room.
March 19th
Seated (upstairs): Doors 7.00 for 8.00 start at Ripley
Village Hall
Tickets £10 members and £12 guests and non-members.
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Another two sales over the weekend, another two happy customers!!!
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Lots of new properties coming to the to the market in the next few weeks. As always you will see them here first before they hit Rightmove and Zoopla, keep checking for more updates
http://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/39575737

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What a stunning view over Killinghall moor
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The Village dates back before the Norman conquest of England, in fact, there is evidence that it dates back to

In the 17th century early settlers, Yeomen acquired land in Hollins Hall site of Lund Lane. Known at that time as Yearwith Hollins, this was settled by 25 families, the site was chosen because it was inter common with Killinghall & Hampsthwaite, which meant it was not possessed by either village, the Yeoman held plots of land of various sizes between Hollins Hall & Hollins Farm, records show that five of the families were named Hardisty, these early settlements helped create the village. There were also rich families that used to live in the village such as the Pulleyns, Ttancreds, and Bayns who all erected manor houses that have since been reduced to grassy steps, and sometimes built over.

Oliver Cromwell English civil war . After the Battle of Marston Moor, July 1644, Cromwells Norwich Troop of horses were quartered at Killinghall Village. The oldest building in the area is the kennel hall farm This building (according to the plaque that commemorates it) was used to house Parliamentary soldiers from Cromwell regiment. The buildings date back only to the 17th century when the village was being largely rebuilt.[2] Killinghall grew up as a river crossing over the River Nidd where a new bridge now stands (this was also a popular spot with many artist), but Killinghall found a new reputation with its quarries. The quarries have extracted their last lumps years ago, but many stone cutting businesses still exists in the area. A reminder of this is the lump of stone in the glebe that was mind from the area. This stone also helped make many of Harrogate's structures.[3] .[4]

On 5 July 2014, the Tour de France Stage 1 from Leeds to Harrogate passed through the village.[5]
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