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Thirsk is perhaps most famous, though, for James Herriot, who remained in the area from 1940 to his death in 1995.
His famous books have led to the area being nicknamed 'Herriot Country'.
Thirsk has a Market Place dating back to medieval times and to this day still has a twice weekly market selling a variety of goods.
The town has a variety of sights for tourists to see.
YORKSHIRE Day has been marked in style in one town, where yarn bombers have transformed the town centre with knitted Yorkshire icons including Wensleydale cheese and woollen cricketers.
Fauconberg Arms Coxwold YO7 868214 Traditional inn serving great food in a tranquil village setting.The B&B is perfectly located for touring the stunning countryside of the North Yorkshire Moors and Dales, which offer unlimited walking and touring opportunities.From here discover the charms of local market towns, each with their own crafts and attractions, or visit York, Harrogate and Richmond for theatres, shopping and history. The Bed & Breakfast comprises the Wash House, Stable and Tractor Shed to provide unique B & B accommodation of double (king) and twin bedded rooms with en-suite bathrooms.Among the creations sat on bollards and attached to lampposts and benches included a knitted Wensleydale cheese sat next to a small bowl of knitted olives, a woollen air ambulance crew attending an emergency, a cricket who may or may not have been Geoffrey Boycott and a tribute to Black Sheep Beer.Events took place throughout the county to mark Yorkshire Day, August 1.
There is a wide range of visitor accommodation available in and around the Thirsk and Sowerby area.