Tollerton is situated in the Vale of York. 10 miles North of York and 5 miles South of Easingwold. It is a rural Village with approximately 400 houses and a population approaching 1000. Tollerton has many amenties that make it a great place to stay. Central to the Village is the Green where you can find the Tollerton Village Store and Post Office. You can also find St Michael's Church, a local cottage pantry, a caravan park and 2 public houses - all within the Village.
We hope you find this an informative site about Tollerton and the activities available in and around the village. We have tried to include as many things as possible but if we miss you out please let us know.
We often have letters from people trying to trace relatives in Tollerton and we will post these in the Village News section.
If you have any further suggestions for the website, or would like your club/event to be included, please send them to our webmaster. email@example.com
The Parish Council has Coronation Mugs for sale £4.50 each - please contact Paula Thompson or Ian Jackson if you would like one. All proceeds going to the Playing Fields.
We have a useful introductory guide to the village for new residents - follow this link.
Tollerton Parish Council
Your representatives are
Mrs Paula Thompson (Chairman)
Dr Ian Jackson (Vice-Chair)
Mr Murray Ferris
Mrs Sarah Ellis
Mr Colin Runciman
Next meeting Tuesday January 2nd 2024
Please note there is currently a vacancy on Council
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