Patrick Brompton is a village in the Richmondshire District of North Yorkshire. It is situated approximately four miles from Bedale on the A684. The village was first mentioned in the Domesday Book, completed in 1086.
The village is ideally situated to access both Wensleydale and Swaledale, two of Yorkshire's most attractive dales.
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Bedale will host the finish of Stage 2 of the Tour de Yorkshire on Friday 2nd May 2019. It will see a sprint finish and be the at end of the men's stage starting in Barnsley, coming up through Harrogate, Ripon, West Tanfield, Carthorpe, Burniston, Exelby and arriving up South End into Bedale market place. The exciting news is that Bedale will also host the finish of Day 1 of the ASDA sponsored Women's Race earlier on the same day.
We wish Bedale all the very best in hosting what will be a very prestigious event
Stage 4 on Sunday 4th May will pass through Middleham and Masham, following the same route as Stage 4 last year.
Photos from this year's Tour de Yorkshire as it passed through Patrick Brompton.
Please note that dates for ordering oil via the local cooperative can be found on the Residents Information page of this website.
Floodlighting your church.
Have you ever thought about donating to the floodlighting of your local church to commemorate a special occasion or person in your life? Take a look on the church pages of this website to find out how.
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