Welcome to the Sutton-on-the-Forest  Village Community website.

Sutton-on-the-Forest is  a vibrant community of more than 700 people with regular village events held throughout the year. Many Clubs and Societies meet regularly within our community. You can find out about these under Our Community.

If you have anything that needs to be included within the website then please do not hesitate to get in touch. Details are on the contact page.

Approaching the Main Street from York Road

Village Support with Coronavirus

If you are worried about going out, need to self isolate and need food or essential items, then don’t be afraid to ask for help.  None of us know what the next few weeks holds, but while we can, the village volunteers will do their best to make sure you don’t run out of anything. At the moment volunteers are just offering shopping, but please ask if you are stuck as some folks may be able to offer telephone support or dog walking etc?  We can’t promise anything, but call, or email and we will try our best.  All items will be left on your doorstep and we will let you know when we have delivered.  We will not come in your house, or get cash for you from the bank (please ask someone you already know and trust to do this). Please contact Caroline or Martin and they will put you in touch with a volunteer near you.  You can also contact Caroline or Martin if you wish to be added to the list of volunteers.

Caroline Mytum
01347 810969

Martin Wiltshire
01347 811667



Easingwold Community Library Rhymetime Sessions

Busy Bees

Busy Bees for pre school children begins at Easingwold Community Library on 7th June with a free goody bag for children containing seeds and a book to keep.  This scheme run by NYCC is to encourage parents to read to their children and foster a love of books. Parents can join the library on the day and borrow nine books per child if they wish. Just pop in and collect your free pack.


Wednesday 14th July at 7:30pm