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The village of Thorney is situated on the A47 between Peterborough and Wisbech.
Thorney is rich in history and traces its roots back to around 500AD when it started out as a Saxon settlement.
This website has been established by the Thorney Parish Council and is intended to serve as a point of information for the many, many aspects that give the village its character and its residents their ways of life.
Secluded and tranquil, yet less than 2 miles from the town of Leyburn, Thorney Hall offers a wonderful location for a weekend break or the holiday maker needing a base from which to explore `Herriott Country' and beyond.
Thorney Hall is proud of the quality of its cooking.
Whatever your reason for a visit to the North Yorkshire Dales, the relaxed atmosphere of Thorney Hall, combined with a high standard of personal care and attention will ensure your stay is a most enjoyable one.
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