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Located in the heart of North Yorkshire, Thirsk has a number of period properties and remains a thriving market town. It is also a popular tourist destination located close to the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors. Thirsk is linked by more modern housing developments to Sowerby, although the parishes remain separate.
Thirsk was listed in the Domesday survey and the town is built around a large medieval market square which was established in 1145. Farming has long been the main business of the area, although Thirsk was once known for its leather tanning and saddlery trade.
There is a 15th century grade I listed Church called St. Mary’s in the town as well as the Thirsk Cricket Club and Thirsk Museum.