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Surrounded by farmland in the heart of Yorkshire, Fullans is located a mile down a lane off the A19 between Easingwold and Thirsk. York, Ripon, Helmsley and Northallerton are all under 30 mins. The coast, NY Moors, Dales, and plenty of country houses, castles, abbeys, playgrounds, golf courses and racecourses, are all in easy distance. Dalton and Topcliffe are close by.
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About the neighbourhood
About Thormanby: The village is mentioned twice in the Domesday Book as Tormozbi. The church originates to the 12th century.
About Sessay: Mentioned in the Domesday Book as 'Sezai', the manor was held after the Norman invasion first by the Percy family and then by the Darrell family from the end of the 12th century until it passed to the Dawnay family in 1525. The name is a combination of Old English words meaning 'Sedge Island', reflecting the marshy terrain to which the farmland would quickly return without good drains. According to legend, Sessay was once the home of a giant, slain by a Dawnay knight.
Fishing Nearby, There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive, There Are Tennis Courts Nearby.