Hury

Hury is a village in Baldersdale, in the Pennines of England. It was historically located in the North Riding of Yorkshire but along with the rest of the former Startforth Rural District it was transferred to County Durham for administrative and ceremonial purposes on 1 April 1974, under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972. Hury, locally renowned for its soft cheeses, is the home of many small cheesemaking houses such as "Jack Mills & Joey Deacon's farmhouse brie".

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Emile Francois Ouchard - Biography
... began his apprenticeship in 1886 at the workshop of Eugène Cuniot-Hury in Mirecourt ... Following the death of Cuniot-Hury in 1910, Ouchard stayed with Cuniot's widow to assist her in the running of the workshop, and so came to inherit the Cuniot-Hury business ... Charles Enel, Jean Lavest and Cuniot-Hury ...
Hury Reservoir
... Hury Reservoir is a reservoir in County Durham, England situated in a dale called Baldersdale ... It gets its name from the nearby village of Hury ...
Baldersdale
... Its principal settlements are Hury and Briscoe ... The river flows through three reservoirs on the way Balderhead Reservoir, Blackton Reservoir and Hury Reservoir ... There are various self-catering holiday cottages situated in the dale, including West Hury and East Briscoe ...