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The charming village and civil parish of Strensall lies within the unitary authority of the City of York, on the River Foss. Strensall offers a good range of attractive, detached family homes and is popular with commuters and families.
Strensall is the home of the York Golf Club, one of York’s oldest and finest golf courses. Strensall Common is a Special Area of Conservation and an example of lowland heathland habitat.
Strensall is mentioned in the Domesday survey. Strensall’s main employment in the 19th century came from a tannery, brickyards, potteries and farming. Nowadays, Strensall is largely a commuter town and home to Queen Elizabeth II Barracks. Numerous local shops and businesses serve the community, including three public houses, a bakery and library.
The first Village Hall was a prefabricated building used during the Suez Crisis as an army canteen that was purchased by residents and transported to Strensall from Egypt!