- Stapleton, Richmondshire
infobox UK place
country = England
region= Yorkshire and the Humber
postcode_district = DL2 2
Stapleton is a village and civil parish in the
Richmondshiredistrict of North Yorkshire, England. It is close to the River Teesand Darlington. A pub and restaurant, "The Bridge Inn", serves exotic meats such as kangarooand crocodile.
The family of Sir
Miles Stapletonwas from here.
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