Yarm was first mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, and was originally a chapelry in the Kirklevington parish in the North Riding of Yorkshire; it became a separate parish early. At one point it was a borough; this status did not persist. It formed part of the Stokesley Rural …Read More »
Yarm in the borough of Stockton is probably best known these days as a chic, classy and cosmopolitan town which is crammed full of wonderful ‘boutique’ style designer shopping, pubs and restaurants which offer the warmest welcome and hospitality to locals and visitors alike.
Yarm provides a varied choice of chic shops, exclusive restaurants, a wide range of public houses with beer gardens. Superb bistro’s, cafe’s and tearooms, vibrant nightlife and all round olde worlde charm, so you cannot fail to be impressed.
Yarm High Street proudly boasts one of the widest cobbled high streets in England and one of the attractions is the small Dutch style town hall, which is situated in the centre of the high street, completes a stunning picture and tells a colourful history of the town and its inhabitants.