Why North Yorkshire?
North Yorkshire is the largest County in England and as such offers a diverse range of opportunities to those seeking a rewarding career in the care sector.
North Yorkshire is renowned for its stunning scenery, remote rural landscapes and vibrant market towns.
You can find out more about what North Yorkshire has to offer at www.yorkshire.com
Getting around in North Yorkshire
There are plenty of options when considering transport throughout North Yorkshire with major roads and rail networks connecting the County.
For an area as rural as North Yorkshire, there are impressive road links with major roads such as the A1(M) and A19 linking from North to South and the A64 from East to West.
Rail access the county is fast and frequent. The main east coast line runs through the centre of the County with stops at York, Thirsk and Northallerton. Trains link the County to London and Scotland, calling North at Newcastle and South via Peterborough. The majority of towns in the County are accessible by rail from York including Scarborough, Selby, Knaresborough, Harrogate, Northallerton and Whitby.
There are also several bus companies operating in North Yorkshire, connecting villages to towns, as well as frequently taking people on their journey in and around the town centres.