Thixendale village, showing it nestled in the valley in East Yorkshire.

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Thixendale is a tiny village and civil parish in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire. It is located in the Yorkshire Wolds, about 20 miles east of York. The population of the village and surrounding farms is around 130.

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Huggate Hill, Thixendale, YO17 9TG

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