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Acklam, Ryedale

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Population  168
Civil parish  Acklam
Sovereign state  United Kingdom
Shire county  North Yorkshire
UK parliament constituency  Thirsk and Malton
OS grid reference  SE784617
Country  England
Local time  Wednesday 10:35 AM
District  Ryedale
Acklam, Ryedale
Region  Yorkshire and the Humber
Weather  6°C, Wind SW at 13 km/h, 79% Humidity

Acklam is a small village and civil parish in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire, England although it is historically part of the East Riding of Yorkshire. It is situated approximately 12 miles (20 km) north-east of York city centre and 6 miles (10 km) south of the town of Malton.

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Map of Acklam, UK

History

Acklam is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Aclum in the East Riding and gave its name to the Hundred. The Lord in 1066 was named as Siward and comprised 4 ploughlands with 2 Lord's plough teams and a church. The village lay within the ancient Wapentake of Buckrose

The etymology of the name is derived from Old English āc (an oak tree) and lēah (a forest or wood clearing).

There are the remains of an earthwork motte and bailey castle on a ridge overlooking the village to the south.

Governance

The village lies within the Westminster Parliamentary Constituency of Thirsk and Malton; the Norton Electoral Division of North Yorkshire County Council; and the Derwent Ward of Ryedale District Council.

Demographics

According to the 2001 UK census, Acklam parish had a population of 183, reducing to 168 at the 2011 Census. The 2011 census also showed that there were 72 dwellings in the Parish.

Community

There is no school in the village, but it is within the catchment area for Leavening Community Primary School one mile north of the village and the catchment area of Norton College for Secondary Education. The village is served by a District Council assisted service once per day.

Religion

There is a church in the village dedicated to St John the Baptist. It is part of the united Parish of West Buckrose in the Deanery of Southern Ryedale along with eight other churches. The church is housed in what used to be the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, built in 1794| after the Anglican Church was demolished.

References

Acklam, Ryedale Wikipedia


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