The town’s Assembly Rooms were opened in 1814, a place in which 'polite society' could mingle. According to the 1840 edition of White’s Gazetteer, it was noted that Malton's "town and suburbs have much improved during the last twenty years, by the erection of houses; and gas works were constructed in 1832." Later the 1840 York Herald reported that Malton,s street lights were not in working order due to flooding.

The 'We Love Malton' campaign was launched in March 2009. It aimed to reinvigorate the town of Malton as a 'Food Lovers' destination and raise its appeal with both residents and tourists. The most recent Food Lovers Festival took place on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 May 2015 and included special guest chef Rosemary Shrager. The Festival for 2017 will take place Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May.

Malton Monthly Food Market is returning on Saturday 10th October for a amazing free demo. LUKE WILL BE COOKING UP SOME GREAT SEASONAL FOOD AS … Read more »

Built around its famous local produce, and monthly food market, Malton is making a name for itself as a food town with a growing artisan community of local producers.

We are thrilled to unveil the new flagship film for the Visit Malton campaign. Filmed over 9 months by Malton based filmmakers Aberration Films (That’s … Read more »

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The town hall was commissioned in 1749. The building was first used as a butter market, butter being the main marketable product for many farmers of the day. The town hall was extended and changed at various intervals over the years.

Surrounding Malton and Norton are some of Yorkshire's most popular attractions,

The navigation capacity on the Derwent was one of the earliest in Britain to be significantly improved around 1725, enabling extensive barge traffic to transport goods and produce.

New chef Dan Graham has been appointed at Malton’s Talbot Hotel. Dan Graham has worked at some of the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in the … Read more »

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According to contemporary archives, during the 18th century attention was paid to the improving the facilities for traders in Malton, in particular for the numerous butchers, .

Sue Nelson will be joined by several chefs for November’s Malton Monthly Food Market, Saturday 14th Nov. New this month will be the Introducing slot … Read more »

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Visitors to Malton’s December market will be in a for a festive treat on Saturday 12th December. With more stalls than ever and many festive … Read more »

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Facing Malton on the other side of the Derwent is Norton. The Karro Food Group (formerly known as Malton Bacon Factory), Malton bus station and Malton railway station are located in Norton-on-Derwent.

Malton is the middle-ground between York, Pickering (access to the North York Moors and also a terminus of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway), Scarborough, Filey and Whitby. The route of The White Rose Way, a long distance walk from Leeds to Scarborough, North Yorkshire also passes through.

Visit Malton’s growing community of ‘Made in Malton’ producers – our famous gelato maker, bakery, breweries, butter parlour, coffee roastery and fresh pasta maker. Malton Monthly Food Market is held on the second Saturday each month, while May’s massive annual Food Lovers Festival attracts some of the biggest names in food. The new Malton Harvest Food Festival is in September.

Malton Relish deli is open for lunch every day and holds supper clubs three times a month – the May menu includes a summer pudding with local sloe gin and Yorkshire clotted cream. The New Malton serves gastropub dishes such, as sea trout with crab butter. The restaurant at the Talbot Hotel has modern British food – such as roast halibut with lardo, fried oyster and sea cabbage.

This market town has plenty of foodie appeal, but its transport links and proximity to great historical sites and landscapes make it a whole other Wold

Fab Yorkshire food & top local beer in a relaxed setting. Enjoy Yorkshire on a plate!

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Come and spend a few days relaxing, eating, walking, shopping, cooking and enjoying Yorkshire’s Food Capital!

Malton's bus service is run by Coastliner, a division of the TransDev bus group. Buses run from Leeds and York through Malton to Pickering/Whitby, Scarborough, and Bridlington. There are also regular buses to Castle Howard and Hovingham, and a number of local bus routes.

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The previous Member of Parliament for Thirsk and Malton (2010 - 2015) was Anne McIntosh, who represented the Conservative Party.

Butterbees of Malton has been mentioned in a new article about Butter in the Daily Mail. To read the full article click here and please … Read more »

In the last year of the 18th century, there was a famine in the area, and a soup kitchen was set up in a brew house in the town. The Earl Fitzwilliam of the time subscribed to a fund, which helped provide 'good strong soup' for the hungry poor.

Exquisite seasonal local ingredients simply cooked. Yorkshire on a plate.

I want guests to fall in love with the local produce that I am so passionate about. Game, shellfish, rare breed meats, artisan cheese, baking, beer and much more! Whether you dine in our famous Wentworth Restaurant or more relaxed Malton Brasserie, we aim to serve you the best of Yorkshire on a plate.

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Malton holds a market every Saturday, and a farmers' market once every month. The town has a war memorial and several historical churches (Norton-on-Derwent also holds large church buildings). The town is served by Malton railway station.

I hope you'll enjoy visiting the Talbot Hotel and Malton - Yorkshire's award winning food town.

Malton's churches include St Michael's Anglican church and Ss Leonard & Mary Catholic church. There are other churches in the area.

It is located to the north of the River Derwent which forms the historic boundary between the North and East Ridings of Yorkshire.

Malton Food Tour offers visitors a guided tasting tour around town, allowing them to get under the skin of Malton’s burgeoning food scene.

Malton is fast becoming known for its excellent food and drink offering and is home to the renowned Food Lovers Festival as well as fantastic restaurants, an excellent selection of food shops and great food and drink producers.