picturesque village of North Dalton is situated around the Village
pond, which has The Star Public House on its South Side.
Pretty cottages line the Main Street along with farmhouses and
buildings as the B1246 winds its way down, round and onwards
through the village. Old properties have been restored and the few
new properties being built are all in keeping with this attractive
Wolds Village. There have been a number of barn conversions adding
to the total population of the village but it is in a conservation
area so this limits the extent of new building work.
The Century Methodist Chapel built 1859 is now a private dwelling
and the School Rooms which closed to pupils in 1968 were converted
into The Old School Tea Rooms, but sadly these have closed
recently and the property is once again for sale.
All Saints Church stands presiding over the village. It has
a Norman doorway and the arch between the nave and the chancel
also comes from that period. There is a low embattled tower and
the most beautiful stained glass window at the west end in which
the cross is depicted as a tree, at the west end are three lancet
North Dalton Digital Noticeboard
Recieved from : Joan
& Dave Hill, Palgrave Ont.
Subject : The
My family, the Hills,left North
Dalton in the mid 1800s for Canada. My grt grt grandfather Thomas
and his sister Caroline (married to Sam Ireland of
Weaverthorpe)arrived here about 1850. Wondering if there is still
any extended family in North Dalton. Love to hear from anyone.