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The attractive rural town of Haxby lies just four miles north of York on the River Foss in North Yorkshire. Haxby is now a commuter town and significant redevelopment has taken place since Victorian times, when the railway was brought to the town.
Much of the current town centre dates back to the 18th Century and the town has a market town atmosphere. An 8ha area was designated a Conservation Area in 1976 due to its typical plan form of a medieval village, rural village character and scale, and the street frontage of cottage buildings that make up the streetscene.
The original settlement of Haxby dates back to the 9th Century and it was recorded in the Domesday survey. Haxby Memorial Hall was originally a Victorian school building, built in 1876. The modest Primitive Methodist Church building was built in 1867.