- Hutton Gate
- Hutton Village
- Little Ayton
- Margrove Park
- New Marske
One of the last quiet spots before the north-bound traveller hits the industrial turmoil of Teesside. Guisborough is a busy market town with a motley collection of buildings. It is distinguished by its ancient priory which lifts its broken east end most evocatively above the trees and roofs now crowding in upon it. It is owned by Lord Gisborough and is in the grounds of Gisborough Hall though it lies close to the parish church. The Ministry of Public Building and Works cares for it. The priory belonged to the Augustinian canons and was founded by Robert de Brus (Bruce) about 1120. It became very rich. The great east end, late 13th century, and the 12th century gatehouse and dovecot are, however, the only standing remains. St Nicholas's Church is strikingly low, about 1500 in date, and in it is the Brus Cenotaph, a good 16th century work, formerly in the priory. Carved upon it are 10 knights from the English and Scottish branches of the family. The town itself looks friendly and well-used. It accommodates Teesside workers now and has a quarry and tailoring factory among its own industries. There is a very long main street, with a widened market place.
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