Welcome to the Green Hammerton community website.
The residents of Green Hammerton are proud of our village and our community spirit. We aim to support our local businesses and to encourage visitors from outside the village to pop in, say hello and maybe stay a while.
We have a busy and passionate Parish Council who work together with other community groups to make Green Hammerton a vibrant and thriving place to live. This site is a resource containing general information, news from the village and details of forthcoming events.
About Green Hammerton.
Green Hammerton is a village and civil parish in the Harrogate district of North Yorkshire, England. It is situated on the A59 road, 8 miles west of York and 10 miles east of Harrogate.
The village has 2 churches, St Thomas’ is located in the centre of the village. The former Congregational church in Green Hammerton, originally built as a Methodist Chapel in the late 1790s, was adapted for use as a Roman Catholic church, St Joseph’s, in 1961 and can be found at the bottom of the green.
The local primary school is attached to St Thomas’ church.
The village pub is the Bay Horse Inn.
Green Hammerton Village Hall opened in April 2010: it is run by the Green Hammerton Recreational Charity.
Green Hammerton comes under the Ouseburn ward, of Harrogate District Council, the Ainsty division of North Yorkshire County Council and theSelby and Ainsty parliamentary constituency.
The map below shows the location of Green Hammerton