Welcome to Husthwaite Village

Husthwaite is an ancient settlement, one of the oldest buildings being St. Nicholas' Parish Church dating from the twelfth century, which, with the Village Green, forms the centre of the village.

The village is a Designated Conservation Area and is adjacent to the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.

Our village is a thriving local community with a wide range of activies. Many of these take place in our local Village Hall which has become a focal point of entertainment ranging from dramatic productions and talks to scottish country dancing which culminates in a Burns Night Celebration every year.

PC Updates

This is a new bulletin which the Parish Council is intending to publish on a monthly basis. You can

download January 2023 update here.

We hope you find it helpful and would welcome feedback - please email the PC with any comments.  

Woolpots Solar Farm: This plan has been refused by Hambleton Planning Committee.

The Editors view of what happened:

(In event of any legal repercussions, please consider every full stop in this article as shorthand for the word 'alleged'.)

In 2021, a Solar company made an agreement with two farmers to lease land for a proposed Solar farm. The two sites, Woolpots North and Woolpots South straddled Husthwaite up to Carlton Husthwaite, in the centre of the county known as 'God's Own Country".
The Developer, Lightrock Power... View the entire article here