A photographic journey. Ayton Village & the Countryside
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Ayton can boast one of the finest examples of a Norman church. All Saints Church and graveyard is well worth a visit. The interior is very special.

All Saints Church now has a page of its own - page six in this Village section.

The young James Cook's statue on Great Ayton village green

The young James Cook's statue on Great Ayton village green.

(The plaque is normally on the stone just out of picture).

On the site of the Cook house stands a monument to let the world know that Captain James Cook's house was transported, brick by brick, to Melbourne, Australia.

On the site of the Cook house stands a monument to let the world know that Captain James Cook's house was transported, brick by numbered brick, to Australia.

The rebuilt Captain James Cook's house in Melbourne, Australia.

The rebuilt Captain James Cook's house in Melbourne, Australia. Allison Hatfield, sister of Sam Noble (Hatfield) - both old scholars - took this photo especially for the website.

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