Crakehall

Coordinates: 54.305°18′18″N 1.6266666666666667°37′36″W / 54.3049°N °W / 54.3049; -1.6266
Crakehall

The east end of the village, known as Great Crakehall.
[[Image:|240px|Crakehall is located in ]]
Crakehall ()

 Crakehall shown within
Population 400 
OS grid reference [http://rhaworth.com/os/coor_g.php?pagename=Crakehall&params=SE243899_region:GB_scale:25000 SE243899 ]
District Hambleton
Shire county North Yorkshire
Region
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town BEDALE
Postcode district DL8
Dialling code 01677
Police
Fire
Ambulance
EU Parliament Yorkshire and the Humber
UK Parliament Richmond
List of places: UK • England •

Crakehall is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England about 2 miles west of Bedale. The village is split up into 2 parts - The west part Little Crakehall and the east Great Crakehall. Nearby villages include Hackforth and Langthorne.

A round barrow at grid reference SE235886, 540 m south west of the Bay Horse Inn, is a scheduled ancient monument.[1]

References

  1. S W Quartermain, Director of Planning and Environmental Services, Hambleton District Council (2006). . . http://www.hambleton.gov.uk/hambleton/environment.nsf/d9a798ae5588644e80256be00054aac2/6c5b997a23aa1eac80257062003b5182/$FILE/ANNEX%203%20Map%205%20Historic%20Environment.pdf. Retrieved 2006-12-22.  [dead link]