Kirkby in Cleveland
Everything about Kirkby Parish
Emergency Defibrillators: Outside Church Hall & GB Village Hall
Northallerton Railway Station 0845 6001671 National Rail Enquiries 0845 7484950
Further information: www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations
Before you travel check the latest conditions Met Office Weather Forecast
Use this link for AA Road Watch or Telephone 090684322
Route No. 80 stops in Kirkby on Kirkby Lane on the Great Broughton side of the cross roads. A modern bus stop sign with time table is next to the notice board but none on the opposite side of the road, so wave your arm / jump up and down when you see a bus. It is also best to wait 10 minutes before and 15 minutes after the advertised times, which in the current jargon are, on balance, asperational!!!!
Route No. 89 links Northallerton and Stokesley but does not pass through Kirkby.
For times and stops Click: Abbotts timetable
The above service is supported by North Yorkshire County Council -
North Yorkshire County Council -
For further details and to check times -
Car Free Guide to the North York Moors National Park
Within easy reach of the national rail network and many major urban centres, the North York Moors' dramatic moorland landscapes are well connected by bus routes and heritage railway services; and with a fantastic range of cycling opportunities to boot. Click Here
Stokesley Taxis 01642712999
HB Cabs of Gt Ayton
NOTE No bus service stops at the bus stops near seat / telephone kiosk on Kirkby Lane, Stokesley side of the cross roads. The signs are archaeological treasures, like the school sign hidden in the bushes on Hill Road.
Guidance on Clearing Snow
Click here for PDF document from Hambleton DCC on Clearing Snow
Flight Comparison Sites
Accommodation Comparison Sites
Some Flight comparison sites , above also offer an acommodation search engine.
Otherwise try the links below
The price of rail tickets varies considerably and it is always cheaper to buy them before you travel on line. Some times it is cheaper to buy two single trip tickets rather than a return or even to split a single journey into 2 or more legs. Don’t forget 33% discount if you buy one of the many railcards
These sites may help you get the best deal on ticket prices
www.tpexpress.co.uk www.thetrainline.com www.crosscountrytrains.co.uk
www.redspottedhanky.com www.raileasy.co.uk www.mytrainticket.co.uk