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Easingwold Tourist Information Office
Chapel Lane
YO61 3AE

Tel: 01347 821530 (office hours)

Email: -



Opening times are listed on our Home Page - but are subject to change as we totally rely on the goodwill and availability of our volunteers to open our office. Sometimes through illness or emergencies they are not always able to open us on any particular day - but we do try and keep open if possible.

If you are coming from a distance, please telephone us or email us to ensure that we will be there on the day you woud like to come.

Easingwold Tourist Information can provide more information to help you plan and enjoy your stay in the Easingwold area. We are a team of more than 50 local volunteers who know and love our area - and want you to enjoy it as much as we do.

Our office is stocked with a full range of information leaflets of attractions in our own area, in North Yorkshire and beyond - more so we are told than the main office in York! We advise on all kinds of accomodation and will recommend which would be most suitable place to stay for for your particular requirements. As volunteers, we take no commision or charge you in any way.

If you would like to help us as a volunteer, please contact us - you will find the role very rewarding and as our volunteers work in pairs for 4 hours every two weeks, it is not tooo onerous!




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Easingwold Tourist Information
Chapel Lane
YO61 3AE
Tel 01347 821530
Fax 01347 821530

Email us

It's a fact

Lawrence Stern, local vicar and author of the for its time groundbreaking (scandalous) novel “Trystan Shandy” lived in Coxwold village and whose home is now a museum with delightful gardens open to the public for much of the year

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