Throxenby Hall began in 1946 as a home for boys, run by North Riding Council. Responsibility over the home was later transferred to North Yorkshire County Council Social Services Department. Throxenby Hall housed up to 60 boys aged 9 and over, and continued to do so until its closure in 1991.
There have been a number of allegations of sexual and physical abuse at the home, which has resulted in an investigation by North Yorkshire Police and three arrests in 2015.
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