Butter Market Museum

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Hall Square Boroughbridge North Yorkshire

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The Butter Market located in Hall Square is an open-fronted building dating back to the 18th or early 19th century, built to give shelter to farmers' wives on market days whilst they were selling their dairy products, hence the name. The site is now used to display locally made or locally used artifacts on load from, or donated by members of the public.

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