Romanby is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. Romanby is situated just south-west of Northallerton, and at the 2001 UK census had a population of 6,051, increasing to 6,177 at the 2011 Census.
'The Golden Lion' is a Pub that lies at the heart of Romanby village.
Romanby Golf Course lies on the outskirts of Romanby, it has an 18-hole course, floodlit driving range and a clubhouse.
Northallerton Town Football Club is located in Romanby
A self-contained village, it boasts two shops, post office, dentist, hairdressers and a pub
The Redmire branch line passes over a bridge just on the outskirts of Romanby Village on its way up to Wensleydale from Northallerton. No scheduled passenger trains have run on this stretch of line since the early 1950s, but a bus service operates from Northallerton railway station to Leeming Bar railway station where the Wensleydale Railway currently terminates.
North Yorkshire County council offices stand between Romanby village and Northallerton on what was previously a racecourse. Designed by the York architect Walter Brierley for the North Riding council the main building was constructed in 1904–14 in two storeys of ashlar and red brick to a square courtyard plan, with a 15 bay frontage by 23 bay returns. It is a grade II* listed building.
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