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North Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber
latitude: 54.857, longitude: -2.028
Browse map of North Yorkshire 54°51′25″ N, 2°01′41″ W
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North Yorkshire is a county in Yorkshire and the Humber at latitude 54°51′25″ North, longitude 2°01′41″ West.

The ceremonial county of North Yorkshire is made up of the non-metropolitan county of North Yorkshire and the unitary authority of York in the Yorkshire and the Humber region of England and the unitary authorities of Middlesborough and Redcar and Cleveland and Stockton-on-Tees (south of the river) in the North East region of England.

It borders the ceremonial counties of East Riding of Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cumbria and County Durham.

Districts

The non-metropolitain county of North Yorkshire is divided into seven districts:

Number complete
Area Cities Towns Villages Notes Boundary Relation
Craven [1]
Hambleton [2]
Harrogate [3]
Richmondshire [4]
Ryedale [5]
Scarborough [6]
Selby [7]

Events

10th November - Where2.0Now - One-day conference by the AGI Northern Group. Harry Wood will be presenting OpenStreetMap, and other talks may touch upon OSM topics.

Past events:

Pateley Bridge Mapping Party on 7th June 2009.

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