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Golden Lion on Main Street
Helperby shown within North Yorkshire
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|UK Parliament||Thirsk and Malton|
Helperby has a new Millennium hall and a butcher's shop. There used to be a Café and Post Office but these closed in 2012. There are two churches, a Church of England and a disused Methodist Chapel, which is now a house. In 2008 Helperby had a new pavilion at the football and cricket pitch.
The Hidden Gardens of Helperby are held in the village annually on the first weekend in July
The film The Life and Crimes of William Palmer was filmed in the village in 1998.
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