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Monk Fryston


Originally known as Monks Freestone because of the fact the stones used to build Selby Abbey were obtained from the quarry at the centre of the village, Monk Fryston is a small village in North Yorkshire. The population of the village is less than 1,000 making it one of the smallest villages in the area. It is very closely linked to the nearby village of Hillam although they each have their own parish council. The quarry used for the stones at Selby Abbey has since been filled in however the town is still famous for its use of the rocks to build this monument. Despite its small size the town has good transport links, it is just 2 miles from junction 42 of the A1(M) and 4 miles from junction 33 of the M62. The village is just 6 miles away from Selby. Due to its small size there is not a lot to do in the village, although they do have 2 public houses and the Monk Fryston Hall Hotel which dates back as far as the 1500. The village is also popular with train spotters due to an old station platform still being next to the railway near the South Milford sidings.

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