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All Saints Church

All Saints Church stands at the centre of the village. Services are advertised in the Parish Newsletter which will be delivered to your door at the beginning of every month. The local church wardens are Dr Stephanie Dow (01347 848808) and Mrs Ingrid Kothari. For those practising the Roman Catholic or Methodist faiths, the nearest place of worship is at the local market town of Easingwold.

All Saints Church now has a Facebook Page where you’ll find details of exciting upcoming events as well as photos of weddings, baptisms, etc. Please feel free to post a message there. You can find us on Facebook at allsaintsnewton

The Blacksmiths Arms ("The Blackies")

Lesley & Glen 01347 848249 blacksmiths@supanet.com Website

The Blacksmiths Arms at Newton on Ouse is a small traditional village pub that boasts an excellent restaurant, offering home cooked food. It offers a good selection of drinks, including wine, spirits and beer for your enjoyment, along with a range of real ale and soft drinks, for all non-drinkers and drivers. The helpful staff only add to the pub’s great atmosphere, making it inviting to our existing and new customers. With real log fires throughout the winter, it’s cosy atmosphere makes it the perfect place to go for a pint in the short winter months. Situated on the premises there is a beer garden, which is a lovely place to sit and relax in the summer months as well as an outside smoking area and car park, making the Blacksmiths Arms a suitable place for all.

The Dawnay Arms

Kerry & Martel 01347 848345 dine@thedawnay.co.uk Website

The Dawnay Arms was built in 1779. It sits on the main road through Newton on Ouse, with a large garden to the rear, which stretches down to their moorings on the River Ouse.  Martel and Kerry Smith both come from Scarborough, though in recent years have been working in Leeds. They bought the pub at auction in May 2007, after a long search for the perfect pub. The Dawnay Arms had been closed for 18 months, and was in need of a lot of TLC, but the potential was still obvious. With invaluable help from family and friends, the pub was refurbished, and reopened in September 2007.

Parish Hall

Di Parr 01347 848373 Website

Rules of Hiring are lodged with Di Parr:

Charges are per four hour session

Alchohol Licence available at additional cost of £22.50

Hire of Large Room: £25.00

Hire of Small Room: £16.50

Home Farm Shop

Home Farm Shop offers a wide range of local produce, from home-reared beef and lamb, free-range eggs and local fruit and vegetables, to delicious home baking, cheeses, breads and preserves. Open 9.30am to 5.30pm (2nd March to 31st Oct) and 9.30am to 4.30pm (1st Nov to 1st March). Open everyday EXCEPT Mondays.

Linton Post Office

 

Monday: 1.45pm – 4.45pm
Tuesday: 9.30am – 12.30pm
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 1.45pm – 4.45pm
Friday: 9.30am – 12.30pm

Linton Village Shop

Yvonne Hamilton 01347 848255
Monday: 5.30am – 8pm
Tuesday: 5.30am – 8pm
Wednesday: 5.30am – 8pm
Thursday: 5.30am – 8pm
Friday: 5.30am – 8pm
Saturday: 5.30am – 8pm
Sunday: 9am – 7pm

Local Milkman

Andrew Wade 01347 838806

If you would like your milk delivered to your door, Andrew Wade delivers to the village on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. He can also supply cream, eggs, yoghurt and fruit juices on request.

Tollerton Post Office

Monday: 9am – 5.30pm
Tuesday: 9am – 5.30pm
Wednesday: 9am – 5.30pm
Thursday: 9am – 5.30pm
Friday: 9am – 5.30pm
Saturday: 9am – 1pm