Colburn, North Yorkshire

Colburn, North Yorkshire

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Colburn, North Yorkshire

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Colburn is a village and civil parish in Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire, England, approximately 2 miles west of Catterick and has a population of 3,606. great grandfather of Reuben Colburn, who came to America in 1635 on the ship "Defence" part of the Puritan Great Migration of the 1630s led by John Winthrop.

Surrounding areas of Colburn include Walkerville, the Broadway Shops and Richmondshire Walk.

A Sports and Recreation centre opened in 2004 gives the people of Colburn a place to relax, exercise, and play a number of sports, including football.

Of late Colburn has been at the centre of fierce local controversy over plans by Richmondshire District Council to build new offices for itself on a business park developed by the council but which has stood empty for a number of years. The new offices are budgeted to cost 4 times the value of the existing council offices so the council are to build flats in town centre car parks in nearby historic Richmond to fund the move.

In 2007 Colburn celebrated its 50 years, and it held a number of events to celebrate that, from pantomime to quiz nights.

Walkerville is...
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