Yorkshire A to Y
Richmondshire district X Richmondshire is one of the seven large district authorities which make up the modern administrative county of North Yorkshire. It covers a huge area of around 509 square miles in the north-west of the county.
Over half the district is formed of the northern part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park which includes the communities of Wensleydale and Swaledale. A small portion of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is also within the district.
The administrative centre is the town of Richmond. The district also has a few small market towns and dozens of villages.
Despite the vast area over which it is spread, the population of Richmondshire is the smallest of any Yorkshire district authority at around 53,000.
Places in the Richmondshire district are:
Aldbrough St John
Barton Richmondshire district
Brough with St Giles
Carlton Richmondshire district
Dalton Richmondshire district
Dalton-on-Tees Richmondshire district
Healaugh Richmondshire district
Kirby Hill Richmondshire district
Melmerby Richmondshire district
Newton le Willows
We continue to add more villages to our A to Y gazetteer and the above may not yet list all places in Richmondshire district. Back A to Y