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Wharram le Street
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6 miles South East of Malton, on minor road from B1248 0.5 mile South of Wharram le Street (OS Map 100; ref SE 859645). Graphic interpretation panels tell its story, and recreate the original appearance of the buildings. The site has its own car park, clearly signposted.
The most famous and intensively studied of Britain's 3,000 or so deserted medieval villages, Wharram Percy occupies a remote but attractive site in a beautiful Wolds valley. Above the substantial ruins of the church and a recreated fishpond, the outlines of many lost houses are traceable on a grassy plateau. First settled in prehistoric times, Wharram flourished as a village between the 12th and 14th centuries, before final abandonment c. 1500.
All year at any reasonable time.
Dogs on leads are welcome - contact site for any restrictions. Assistance dogs are welcome everywhere.
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