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Selby district  X 

Selby district is the southernmost of the seven large district authorities which make up the modern administrative county of North Yorkshire. It covers an area of around 231 square miles and has boundaries with West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, the East Riding of Yorkshire, City of York and the Harrogate district of North Yorkshire.

The town of Selby is the adminstrative centre but the district also includes many villages and the small town of Tadcaster.

The area is mostly agricultural but former coalfield sites and new business development in some of the larger villages is providing increasingly diversified industry in some locations.

The population of the Selby district is over 91,000.

Places in the Selby district are:
 Appleton Roebuck
 Barkston Ash
 Barlby
 Beal
 Biggin
 Bilbrough
 Birkin
 Bolton Percy
 Brayton
 Brotherton
 Burn
 Burton Salmon
 Camblesforth
 Carlton Selby district
 Cawood
 Chapel Haddlesey
 Church Fenton
 Cliffe
 Colton
 Drax
 Eggborough
 Escrick
 Fairburn
 Great Heck
 Hambleton Selby district
 Healaugh Selby district
 Hemingbrough
 Hensall
 Hillam
 Kelfield
 Kellington
 Kirk Smeaton
 Little Fenton
 Long Marston
 Monk Fryston
 Newton Kyme
 North Duffield
 Osgodby Selby district
 Riccall
 Saxton
 Scarthingwell

 Selby
 Sherburn in Elmet
 South Milford
 Stillingfleet
 Tadcaster
 Thorganby
 Thorpe Willoughby
 Towton
 Ulleskelf
 West Haddlesey
 Whitley Selby district
 Wistow



We continue to add more villages to our A to Y gazetteer and the above may not yet list all places in Selby district.
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