KillinghallKillinghall is a village and civil parish in the Harrogate district of North Yorkshire, England. The civil parish population taken at the 2011 census was 4,132.
The village is situated approximately north of Harrogate, extending south from the bridges on the A61 road over the River Nidd. The undeveloped area between Killinghall and Harrogate is known as Killinghall Moor some of which has been developed into Jenny Fields Estate. The village of Ripley lies to the north and Hampsthwaite to the west. Killinghall's position on the A61 links the village to Harrogate and Ripon. A regular bus service between Ripon, Harrogate and Leeds stops in Killinghall. Killinghall is primarily a commuter village, currently without a public house, the Three Horseshoes and the Greyhound pub have closed, with the former set for demolition and converted into a local convince store. Within the parish, but outside the village is one other: Old Spring Well - formerly the Travellers' Rest, with a second, The Nelson Inn, just outside the boundary, Killinghall CE Primary School, the Church of St Thomas, Killinghall Methodist Church, a children's day nursery, doctor's office and a garden centre with nursery. The local area incorporates a number of farms. Provided by Wikipedia
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