West Rounton

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West Rounton
North Riding
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West Rounton village
Grid reference: NZ413034
Location: 54°25’29"N, 1°21’51"W
Population: 306  (2011 (inc. East Rounton)[1])
Post town: Northallerton
Postcode: DL6
Local Government
Council: Hambleton

West Rounton is a village and parish in the North Riding of Yorkshire. It is eight miles north of Northallerton. East Rounton is about a mile away across the fields.

The church of St Oswald dates from the 12th century and was completely rebuilt in 1860 by architect James Pritchett. It is a Grade-II* listed building.[2]

West Rounton has two pubs, the Grey Horse (which is now closed) and the Horseshoe Inn.


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  1. UK Census (2011). "Local Area Report – West Rounton Parish (1170216957)". Nomis. Office for National Statistics. https://www.nomisweb.co.uk/sources/census_2011_ks/report?compare=1170216957. Retrieved 21 February 2018 
  2. National Heritage List 1293683: CHURCH OF ST OSWALD
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