There are 17 one and two bed bungalows with shared gardens and a lounge at this village based development. The buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs are all taken care of by your professional site manager.
Should you need to access further help and support they will also be on hand with advice. It is just half a mile to the adjoining village of Monk Fryston, where there is a doctor’s surgery, post office and convenience store.
Hillam is a small village in the Selby district of North Yorkshire. The village is served by a public house, The Cross Keys. Community activities are supported by the Monk Fryston and Hillam Community Association.
Cultural, educational and social activities are held at the community centre and children's playground. Hillam Pond, known locally as the Brick Pond, is located to the west of the village. It holds a variety of coarse fish including carp, perch, common roach, bream and tench.
Art and culture
In nearby Knottingley there is a famous carnival every July which dates back to 1927. Knottingley is also a central point for horse racing fans, with tracks at Pontefract, York, Wetherby and Doncaster. Fairburn Ings, a RSPB nature reserve is situated five miles away. Monk Fryston Hall Hotel can be found half a mile away and dates back to the 12th century.
Location and transport links
Hillam is situated just over 6 miles west of the market town of Selby. It lies 2 miles east of the A1(M) motorway junction 42, and 4 miles north of the M62 junction 33, at Ferrybridge. The A63 road, Leeds to Selby, runs parallel to the northern boundary of the parish. This development can be found just off the southern end of the main High Street.
Distance to GP: 3.3 miles
Distance to shop: 0.28 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.05 miles
Distance to Post Office: 1.7 miles