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Where to buy Station Road is a leafy area seconds from the centre, while on the other side of the river are more modern estates. It’s all a bit cheaper than York. Large detached houses in neighbouring villages, £380,000-£450,000. Detacheds in town, £200,000-£380,000. Bungalows, £165,000-£325,000. Semis: £150,000-£270,000. Flats: £80,000-£235,000. Rentals: two- to three-bed house, £600-£800pcm. Flats, £425-£550pcm.
Well connected? Driving is excellent, as the A1 and M1 both pass nearby, while the A64 neatly joins Tadcaster to York and Leeds. Leeds Bradford airport is a 45-minute drive. Tadcaster no longer has a station, but nearby Ulleskelf and Church Fenton do, with trains to Leeds, York and Sheffield. Buses to York and Leeds.
It was the Romans who originally formed a settlement at the site of Tadcaster. Their name for it was ‘Calcaria’, which originates from the Latin word for ‘Lime’. They chose this name because the local supply of limestone was crucial for the quarrying work going on in the area. Amazingly this still goes on even today and the limestone has been used to construct many of the prettier buildings in the town.
You can find more information on road closures around the Selby district here.
The route of The White Rose Way, a long distance walk from Leeds to Scarborough, passes through the town.
Adrian Buckley, Founder and Director of the award-winning costume jewellery company ‘Buckley London’, has generously donated a further supply of his …
Residential and business properties are able to claim for grants and support. You can find more information here.
Balfour Beatty, the current contractor, has been employed to undertake all of the works. Piling work will commence on 13 June for 5 weeks and stone supply is in production.The existing collapsed section of overhanging arch has been taken down for safety reasons so the piling crew can access through the arches.
The nearest railway stations are in Ulleskelf and Church Fenton. York railway station has a wider range of services and is connected to Tadcaster by the Yorkshire Coastliner bus service.
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Students at Tadcaster Grammar School played to impress and their exam results are testament to that. During the last week of the summer term and over…
We've arranged for one of our highways customer care officers to be based in the contractors' compound, Britannia Car Park, for residents and businesses to ask any questions about Tadcaster Bridge. They are available Monday, Wednesday and Friday every week between 1 and 3pm.
Tadcaster Grammar School is not just another school; we are a thriving, successful, vibrant and energetic community demonstrating a common purpose – to ensure the very best for our students.
Two Manors. In Tatecastre, Dunstan and Turchil had eight carucates of land for geld, where four ploughs may be. Now, William de Parci has three ploughs and 19 villanes and 11 bordars having four ploughs, and two mills of ten shillings (annual value). Sixteen acres of meadow are there. The whole manors, five quaranteens in length, and five in breadth. In King Edward's time they were worth forty shillings; now one hundred shillings.
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This friendly little market town is dominated by the Sam Smith’s brewery
Tadcaster is located along the River Wharfe between York and Leeds. It is the final town you would come to on a journey down the river Wharfe before it becomes the River Ouse, which is several miles further along.
The Romans built a settlement and named it Calcaria from the Latin word for lime, reflecting the importance of the area's limestone geology as a natural resource for quarrying, an industry which continues and has contributed to many notable buildings including York Minster. Calcaria was an important staging post that grew at the crossing of the River Wharfe on the road to Eboracum (York).
A stars all the way – Madeleine McLure achieved 11A*s. She is pictured here with proud Mum Clare McLure.
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Tadcaster is a delightful market town surrounded by beautiful North Yorkshire countryside. With a fantastic array of cosy pubs selling fine ales and three historic breweries, including the oldest brewery in Yorkshire, it's the perfect place to stop off for a relaxing afternoon.
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Computer images of the proposed bridge design have been produced and are awaiting planning permission and approval, as they include a widening of the bridge to include an extra footpath.
Information about Tadcaster Medical Centre and the alternative arrangements in place are available here.
It is the last town the River Wharfe passes before it joins the River Ouse about 10 miles (16 km) downstream. It is in the shire county of North Yorkshire, although historically split between the Ainsty of York and the West Riding of Yorkshire.
Limestone has been quarried in the Tadcaster area for hundreds of years and used in many famous buildings, including a Roman Fort in York and York Minster.
The market in the town was initiated when Henry de Percy obtained a Charter from King Henry III in 1270, and was originally held at the junction of Kirkgate and Bridge Street - Market Place.
In 1642 the Battle of Tadcaster occurred in the area around the town bridge. This was of course a part of the English Civil War. The town bridge which today we call the Wharfe Bridge was built with the use of the local stone. Over the years the bridge has been redeveloped several times.
Dan Cruces “Tadcaster community swimming pool is beautiful, and the staff are all volunteers.”
Tadcaster is a market town and civil parish in the Selby district of North Yorkshire, England. It is approximately 3 miles (5 km) east of the Great North Road, 12 miles (19 km) north-east of Leeds, and 10 miles (16 km) south-west of York.
Welcome to my website all about a traditional market town called Tadcaster, which is located in England about a dozen miles North-East of Leeds, North Yorkshire. It’s a fairly small and peaceful town with about seven thousand residents, and having visited for holidays every year for five years, I have become fond enough of the place to create this site about it!
Local newspapers covering Tadcaster include The Press and The Wetherby News. The major regional newspaper in the area is the Yorkshire Post. The local BBC radio station is Radio York, and commercial stations include Minster FM and Capital Yorkshire.
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Three breweries have survived to the present day, The Tower Brewery (Coors, formerly Bass), John Smith's and Samuel Smith's Old Brewery, which is the oldest brewery in Yorkshire and only remaining independent brewery in Tadcaster. A fourth brewery stood by the river on the site of the present central car park. Sam Smith's draft horses are a common sight on the streets of the town. The three breweries employ a large number of local people.
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By the 11th century Tadcaster had gained in size and this is the time when Tadcaster castle was constructed. Around 100 years later the castle was deserted, and these days there are only minor signs left of its’ prior existence. The stone from the castle was actually used to build a bridge across the river in the 1200s.
The town contains many historical and architectural treasures such as the 12th century St Mary's Church with its beautiful East window; the 13th century motte and ditch of the Norman Castle, the Ark, originally built in the late 15th century and now the Tadcaster Town Council Offices, and many buildings from the Georgian and other eras.
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Following the public meeting on 11 January we agreed to contact North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service to ask how the bridge closure would impact their service delivery and response times, which was of concern to local residents. You can view our enquiry and the response we received here [200kb].