VisitGreatAyton would like to express their sincerest gratitude and thanks to all contributors and sources of information during our website development and beyond. Although we will take responsibility for our own contributions and information provided we cannot take responsibility for the accurancy of information taken from third party contributors and sources. If any issue arises with any of the content in the VisitGreatAyton.com website please contact our support desk, details which are provided on our contact page.
VisitGreatAyton would like to mention and sincerely thank the following:
Great Ayton History Society - Chairperson - Dan O'Sullivan for granting permission for us to use content from their website - a wonderful resource.
Christ Church Great Ayton - for using information on the local churches from their website.
Robin Harmar - for kindly donating his cycling routes for use on the website.
Domesday Book Image and information courtesy of Open Domesday (CC-BY-SA licence) hosted by Hull University. Special thanks goes to Professor John Palmer and George Slater of Hull University and to Anna Powell-Smith who created the Open Domesday (http://opendomesday.org/)website in collaboration with the previous aforementioned.
www.great-ayton.org.uk for use of their website as a guidance and information for Captain Cook Schoolroom Museum.
www.captaincookschoolroommuseum.co.uk for use of their website as a guidance and information for Captain Cook Schoolroom Museum.
Images are mostly our own, however, we would like to express gratitude to the following sources:
Professor John Palmer and George Slater of Hull University
With greatest thanks and appreciation - the VisitGreatAyton team