Coordinates: 53°59′59″N 1°24′54″W / 53.99970°N 1.41490°W
Goldsborough is a village and civil parish in the Harrogate district of North Yorkshire, England. It is situated near the River Nidd and 1 mile east of Knaresborough.
A Viking hoard was discovered in Goldsborough Village in 1859 during construction outsite the north wall of Goldsborough Church. Coins and artefacts dating from 700 to 1050 were found in a leaden chest including fragments of Viking brooches and arm-rings, together with 39 coins. It forms one of the largest collections ever discovered in the UK and is now held at the British Museum in London.
Goldsborough was used by Yorkshire Television in the filming of The New Statesman.
Goldsborough Cricket Club
Places within Goldsborough 
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