Stokesley is a market town in North Yorkshire, England in the Hambleton District. It was first granted a charter in 1223 by King Henry II. The Church of St. Peter and Paul is the oldest building in Stokesley, though a Georgian nave was constructed in 1777. Roseberry Topping (a distinctive hill) and a monument to Captain Cook are both located here.


Latitude: 54.471429861990
Longitude: -1.195891499083