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  1. An image of the What Was Here logo.
    Discover the East Riding like never before with the What Was Here app. View old photos of places you visit and buy prints of selected images for the perfect souvenir. Coming soon: Historic maps!
  2. An image of ducks in Hornsea mere, with a jeti in the background and paddle boat resting on the shore.
    Feed the ducks at Hornsea Mere.
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    We’re all looking for the perfect pic that sums up our time to somewhere amazing. When friends ask ‘where have you been’ and ‘what did you do’ - we all want to respond with a series of fab photos to make them wish they had been there too.

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An image of a bedside table and lamp at Saltmarshe Hall.

Saltmarshe Hall is a historic 19th century stately home located in mature parkland in the secluded…

An autumn sunset at Tophill Low Nature Reserve, Driffield in East Yorkshire.

The reserve is an active Yorkshire Water Treatment Works supplying Hull from two huge reservoirs…

Wold Cottage B&B, East Yorkshire

Georgian Manor House in Yorkshire Wolds. Deliciously Yorkshire Breakfast Winners. Speciality free…

The bar at the Ship Inn Sewerby, East Yorkshire

Our food offering is traditional pub grub with a twist, we offer Vegetarian and Vegan dishes along…

William's Den..where the best adventures happen!

Do you remember being small and in awe of the spaces around you. In the eyes of a child, even the…

The  Treehouse lodge at Wolds Edge Holiday Lodges, Bishop Wilton in East Yorkshire.

Nestled in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside are seven carefully designed lodges, two lovingly…

The exterior and lovely gardens of Sledmere House in East Yorkshire.

One of Yorkshire's most beautiful houses, with some of England's finest plasterwork, award-winning…

Wold Cottage self catering, East Yorkshire

Choose from a beautiful selection of cottages, The Granary, The Hayloft, Miss Wells Garden Room…

The outdoor seating area including firepit, taken at sunset at Broadgate Farm Cottages, Walkington, East Yorkshire.

Stunning award winning barn conversions - Broadgate Farm holiday cottages are just two miles from…

The Living room of a lodge in South Cliff Holiday Park in Bridlington, East Yorkshire

South Cliff Holiday Park is situated 300 yards from clean, safe, sandy beaches, 1 mile south of…

A fine cut of meat and vegetables served at The Granary Bistro, in East Yorkshire

Rustic Riddle is a grade 2 listed granary building, renovated to retain as many original features…

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  1. A promenade along the Transpennine trail, East Yorkshire
    Hornsea Mere, in East Yorkshire
    A lady holding a large spider from Bugtopia in Hornsea, East Yorkshire.
    A promenade along the Transpennine trail, East Yorkshire
    Hornsea Mere, in East Yorkshire
    A lady holding a large spider from Bugtopia in Hornsea, East Yorkshire.

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    East Yorkshire, HU18 1AB

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    01482 391672

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    Town

    The seaside town of Hornsea is perfect for a family day out, with a lovely sandy beach, a busy promenade to stroll along, amusements and plenty of attractions for all the family.

  2. A family making sandcastles on the beach in front of Pier Towers at Withernsea, in East Yorkshire.
    The Withernsea Lighthouse in East Yorkshire.
    The play are at Withernsea Sands, Parkdean Resorts in East Yorkshire.
    A family building sand castles on the Withernsea beach in East Yorkshire.
    A family playing by on the beach by the sea near Withernsea Sands in East Yorkshire.
    A family making sandcastles on the beach in front of Pier Towers at Withernsea, in East Yorkshire.
    The Withernsea Lighthouse in East Yorkshire.
    The play are at Withernsea Sands, Parkdean Resorts in East Yorkshire.
    A family building sand castles on the Withernsea beach in East Yorkshire.
    A family playing by on the beach by the sea near Withernsea Sands in East Yorkshire.

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    HU19 2DJ

    Telephone

    01964 614984

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    Town

    With miles of sandy beaches and plenty of family entertainment, Withernsea is perfect for a relaxing day at the seaside, and enjoys the atmosphere of a smaller, more traditional resort.

  3. The memorial at the crossroads in Hotham, East Yorkshire.

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    East Yorkshire, YO43 4UF

    Telephone

    01482 640852

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    Village

    Hotham is a small village in East Yorkshire, situated approximaetly 12 miles west of Hull and 4 miles south of Market Weighton. The village has around 100 houses and is home to the Hotham Arms public house and has a village hall.

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    East Yorkshire, YO41 5PQ

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    01482 391672

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    Village

    Wilberfoss is a village situated on the north side of the A1079, around 8 miles east of York city centre and 11 miles north-west of Market Weighton.

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    83 Stonegate, Hunmanby, FILEY, North Yorkshire, YO14 0PU

    Telephone

    01723 383636

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    Hunmanby is a pretty village just outside Filey.

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    Goole, DN14 8EL

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    01482 391672

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    Village

    Swinefleet is situated on the south bank of the River Ouse, around 2 miles south east of the town of Goole.

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    Main Street, Swanland, HU14 3QR

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    Swanland

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    Village

    Swanland is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The village is about seven miles to the west of Kingston upon Hull city centre and two miles north of the River Humber on the B1231 road.

  8. The lock gates at Pocklington canal in East Yorkshire.
    A plant stall at Pocklington market in East Yorkshire.
    The lock gates at Pocklington canal in East Yorkshire.
    A plant stall at Pocklington market in East Yorkshire.

    Address

    YO42 2AR

    Telephone

    01482 391672

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    Pocklington is an attractive market town dominated by the 15th century tower of its splendid church. Pocklington`s pride and joy is Burnby Hall Gardens, home of Europe`s largest water lily collection.

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    Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 8RN

    Telephone

    01723 383636

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    Village

    East Heslerton is a village close to Malton, North Yorkshire. It lies in a rural location in the Vale of Pickering, between the Yorkshire Worlds and the North York Moors, on the A64.

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    East Yorkshire, YO43 3PE

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    Shiptonthorpe is a jewel among East Yorkshire’s impressive collection of villages. Shiptonthorpe is a quiet yet thriving community.

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    East Yorkshire, HU15 2HU

    Telephone

    01482 391672

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    Village

    North Cave is a village and civil parish in East Yorkshire and is situated 12 miles to the west of Hull city centre. South Cave is around 2 miles to the south east.

  12. People walking along the promenade and on the North beach at Bridlington in East Yorkshire.
    A wood carving on the interior of Bridlington Priory church in East Yorkshire.
    Bridlington Spa from the air. This building houses the theatre, events & conference centre and also the Tourist Information Centre in Bridlington, Eas
    Yachts in Bridlington Bay, East Yorkshire
    Fishing boats in Bridlington Harbour, East Yorkshire
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    People walking along the promenade and on the North beach at Bridlington in East Yorkshire.
    A wood carving on the interior of Bridlington Priory church in East Yorkshire.
    Bridlington Spa from the air. This building houses the theatre, events & conference centre and also the Tourist Information Centre in Bridlington, Eas
    Yachts in Bridlington Bay, East Yorkshire
    Fishing boats in Bridlington Harbour, East Yorkshire
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    Address

    East Yorkshire, YO15 2QQ

    Telephone

    01482 391634

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    Town

    The coastal town which boasts sandy beaches, award winning promenades and a historic harbour.

  13. An image of the top of a signpost, representing villages & towns to visit

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    East Yorkshire, YO42 1TY

    Telephone

    01482 391672

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    Village

    Millington is located in the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds, only 3 miles north-east of Pocklington. Relax at the village in or tearooms after a woodland walk through the local nature reserve of Millington Wood.

  14. An image of the top of a signpost, representing villages & towns to visit

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    Goole, East Yorkshire, DN14 9HE

    Telephone

    01482 391672

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    Town

    Snaith is a small town between Goole and Selby and historically very important. The most dominating landmark is the church, but it also famous for the Old Mill brewery and its narrow, York-like streets.

  15. An image of the top of a signpost, representing villages & towns to visit

    Address

    East Yorkshire, YO15 1EA

    Telephone

    01482 391634

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    Village

    Sewerby is a village situated approximately 1 mile north east of Bridlington. Sewerby is home to one of the East Riding's most popular tourist attractions, Sewerby Hall. The hall is a Grade I listed building.

  16. Saturday Market, in Beverley, East Yorkshire
    A view of Beverley, in East Yorkshire
    Saturday Market, in Beverley, East Yorkshire
    A view of Beverley, in East Yorkshire

    Address

    East Yorkshire, HU17 0AB

    Telephone

    01482 391672

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    Town

    The medieval town of Beverley is famous for its 13th century Minster, its market and its music. Tucked away down these narrow streets are antique shops and craft arcades, and on every other corner is a pub full of history and atmosphere.

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    Address

    2 Linegate, Market Weighton, East Riding of Yorkshire, YO43 3AR

    Telephone

    01430 871430

    Market Weighton

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    Town

    Market Weighton is a thriving market town with a lovely green, duckpond and Georgian and Victorian streets.

  18. An image of the top of a signpost, representing villages & towns to visit

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    East Yorkshire, YO25 8PY

    Telephone

    01482 391672

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    Village

    The main street of Lissett is lined with houses and farm buildings all of which give it a rustic feel. The St James of Compostella Church lies quietly behind some trees, it was built in 1876 and is said to contain the oldest dated bell.

  19.  Hessle Square in East Yorkshire.

    Address

    East Yorkshire, HU13 0AA

    Telephone

    01482 640852

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    Town

    Hessle is situated five miles west of Hull city centre on the North bank of the River Humber. There are many shops in Hessle for you to peruse on your visit to the area.

  20. An image of the top of a signpost, representing villages & towns to visit

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    East Yorkshire, HU11 5DG

    Telephone

    01482 391672

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    Village

    Skirlaugh is located around 7 miles North East of Hull City Centre. Originally a farming community, it is now primarily a commuter village for Hull. Skirlaugh is served by St Augustine's Church which was built by Walter de Skirlaw.

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