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Skipton (ˈskɪptən Pronunciation for Skipton



  1. a market town in N England, in North Yorkshire: 11th-century castle. Pop: 14 313 (2001)

Example Sentences Including 'Skipton'

Hebridean Island Cruises Ltd, Griffin House, Broughton Hall, Skipton , North Yorkshire (01756 704704).
Country Life (2005)
She would go over to the hospice in Skipton tomorrow and find out from the doctors if they thought she should tell her mother the sad news.
Clive Barker SACRAMENT (2001)
Skipton won the Caulfield Cup in 1943, two years after he won the Victoria Derby.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
The Christchurch company is likely to get the bulk of the money from British financial services firm Skipton Building Society.
New Zealand Herald (2004)
The film of A Woman of Substance actually began shooting at Broughton Hall, near Skipton , which was once the home of the Tempest family.
Piers Dudgeon THE WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE: The Life and Work of Barbara Taylor Bradford (2005)
The inquest into Miss Savage's death is due to resume at Skipton Magistrates Court, in North Yorkshire.
Liverpool Daily Post and Echo (2004)


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