Easingwold is a small market town in the district of Hambleton in North Yorkshire County in the Yorkshire region and Humbrien in England, UK. It has 4,230 inhabitants. It is 21 km to the north of York, at the foot of Howard's hills, an area of ​​outstanding natural beauty. The name of Easingwold is Old English origin. King John had a hunting lodge here. The area was surrounded by the royal forests of Galtres (no longer a forest). Shirley Shepherd is currently chairman of council and Mayor of Easingwold. In November 1994, the A19 was built around Easingwold around. The School of Easingwold is the largest in the whole area and has about 1,300 students. Easingwold has several bus services to neighboring villages, cities and the York City.