Why not treat yourself in some of our fantastic independent shops; from interiors and fashion, to art and craft supplies and florists.
Indulge in everything from delicious bakeries and cafes, sourdough pizza specialists and incredible restaurants including Thai, Italian and Indian cuisine.
Thirsk offers a variety of places to stay including renowned hotels, quaint B&Bs, lots of options on AirBnB and more…
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Host to a wealth of museums, churches, blue plaque walks, galleries and gardens Thirsk has plenty to offer anyone wanting to know more about this historic market town.
Situated on the edge of the North York Moors National Parks Thirsk offers an amazing wealth and variety of scenery and amazing views for cyclists, walkers and adventurers to enjoy.
As with all thriving communities, Thirsk wouldn't be as welcoming and as friendly if it wasn't for the generosity of it's local population. Here are just few welcoming words from just a handful of the residents that make up this 'thriving market town with a lot going on'. Click on the images below to hear their testimonials. Alternatively visit our YouTube channel and the press the subscribe button for our latest videos.
David Duffey | Thirsk Councillor
Sue Calvert | Calverts Carpets
Tony Jordan | Rotary Club
Ian Hunter | Thirsk Bowmen
Wayne Chadwick | YO1 Radio
Sarah Beckerlegge | Skeldale Vet
Micheal Kinder | N Yorks Birds of Prey
Liz Rowe | Inklings
Wendy Gibson | Artist Palette
Stuart Mountford | First Aider
Jake Roberts | Carlton Lodge