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less than 2 miles

  1. An image of an icon of rolling hills, hay bales, a church and a cloud

    Address

    Church Side, Market Weighton, YO43 3AS

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    Market Weighton

    Type

    Type:

    Church

    The oldest building with parts of its stonework going back to Norman times. The tower, originally wooden, was replaced by brick and made higher in 1795. The tower houses a peal of eight bells, and clock faces on three sides.

  2. An image of an icon of rolling hills, hay bales, a church and a cloud

    Address

    Goodmanham, YO43 3JA

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    Type

    Type:

    Church

    The church almost certainly stands on the site of the pagan temple destroyed after the conversion to Christianity of King Edwin in 627.

less than 5 miles

  1. An image of an icon of rolling hills, hay bales, a church and a cloud

    Address

    Spring Road, Market Weighton, East Riding of Yorkshire, YO43 3NA

    Telephone

    01904 659570

    Market Weighton

    Type

    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Kiplingcotes Chalk Pit nature reserve lies on this ten mile footpath between Beverley and Market Weighton, great for orchids and butterflies in midsummer. A walk to the top of this old quarry will reward with lovely views back along the valley.

  2. AN image of an icon of a shopping bag, representing a wide variety of shops & retail outlets

    Address

    Ivy House Farm, Beverley Lane, Sancton, East Yorkshire, YO43 4RH

    Telephone

    07826341831

    Sancton

    Type

    Type:

    Craft Centre

    A small pottery making a range of everyday domestic earthernware pots, bowls, mugs, jugs, plates and many other items.

  3. An image of an icon of a historic building, representing historic buildings, museums and art galleries

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    Address

    Yorkshire Wolds Heritage Centre, St James Church, The Old Chapel, Warter, Driffield, YO42 1SR

    Telephone

    01377 219135

    The Old Chapel, Warter

    Type

    Type:

    Heritage Centre

    Warter is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Situated approximately 4 miles east of Pocklington. It is the location for Warter Priory which was an Augustine Priory dedicated to St James and founded in 1132.

  4. The Warrendale Wagyu symbol, in East Yorkshire

    Address

    Quarry House, Cattle Hill, Warter, East Yorkshire, YO42 1XG

    Telephone

    01759 361254

    Warter

    Type

    Type:

    Farm

    Warrendale Wagyu is a Yorkshire Company established in July 2017.We run an online store for the general public to be able to access it as well as supplying a lot of local restaurants. Also supplying butchers in the UK and france.

  5. The church and graveyard at All Saints' Church, East Yorkshire
    The church and graveyard, East Yorkshire
    The church and graveyard at All Saints' Church, East Yorkshire
    The church and graveyard, East Yorkshire

    Address

    King Street, Sancton, East Yorkshire, YO43 4QP

    Telephone

    01430 827366

    Sancton

    Type

    Type:

    Church

    All Saints Church is located next to "The Old School" in King Street, Sancton. Its 15th Century lantern tower is unique in that it is octagonal from foot to top.

more than 5 miles

  1. AN image of an icon of trees, representing an area in the  countryside, such as a viewpoint, or picnic site, or a garden to visit

    Address

    Between Fridaythorpe and Garrowby Hill, Kirkby Underdale, YO41 1QY

    Telephone

    01482 395209

    Kirkby Underdale

    Type

    Type:

    Picnic Site

    An excellent starting point for exploring the northern Wolds. Rich in summer flowers and butterflies the site and local dales are well worth a visit. Picnic tables are located throughout the site some of which are accessible for wheelchairs

  2. Some stones and pebbles on the beach by the sea in East Yorkshire.

    Address

    Bridlington, YO25 8TY

    Telephone

    01262 678255

    Type

    Type:

    Beach

    Skipsea beach is a long narrow stretch of sand that has long been popular with holiday makers for a great day out at the seaside, and it's rural location means that it is ideal for those looking for a quieter beach with a relaxed atmosphere

  3. An image of an icon of candyfloss, representing a variety of fun things to do with the family

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    Address

    The Stables, Woodmansey Business Park, Claxton Road, East Yorkshire, HU17 0RT

    Telephone

    01482 273076

    Claxton Road

    Type

    Type:

    Children's Activity Centre

    THE INDOOR, OUTDOOR, ALL YEAR, ANY WEATHER ADEVNTURE

  4. Beverley beck, looking down stream towards the minster, in East Yorkshire
    People racing along beverley beck in small rowing boats, complete with costumes for different teams and spectators along the bankside, in East Yorkshi
    Beverley beck, looking down stream towards the minster, in East Yorkshire
    People racing along beverley beck in small rowing boats, complete with costumes for different teams and spectators along the bankside, in East Yorkshi

    Address

    Beckside North, Waterside Road, HU17 9BA

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    Type

    Type:

    Canal

    3/4 mile canal from the River Hull into the heart of Beverley. Moorings, boat yard, fishing and bankside walks.

  5. The exterior of Skidby windmill, in East Yorkshire

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    Address

    Beverley Road, Skidby, Cottingham, East Yorkshire, HU16 5TR

    Telephone

    01482 848405

    Cottingham

    Type

    Type:

    Museum

    Set within an early 19th-century four-sailed windmill, the Museum of East Riding Rural Life is open daily.

  6. Hornsea Mere, in East Yorkshire

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    Address

    The Mere, Off Queens Gardens, Hornsea, HU18 1AX

    Telephone

    01964 533277

    Hornsea

    Type

    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Hornsea Mere is the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire and the final remnant of a huge wetland that once featured many smaller meres and marshy areas.

  7. The Wharram Quarry Nature Reserve at Wharram, Malton, East Yorkshire.

    Address

    Station Lane, Wharram, Malton, North Yorks, YO17 9TW

    Telephone

    01904 659570

    Malton

    Type

    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    A species rich chalk grassland, Wharram Quarry is home to many of the characteristic flowering plants that thrive on the thin Wolds soil. Butterflies and buzzards that nest in the nearby woods.

  8. AN image of an icon of trees, representing an area in the  countryside, such as a viewpoint, or picnic site, or a garden to visit

    Address

    Off Swine Road, Off A165, South Skirlaugh, Hull, HU11 5AE

    Telephone

    01482 395201

    South Skirlaugh

    Type

    Type:

    Picnic Site

    Situated on the old Hull - Hornsea rail line. Parking, picnic area and grassed area.

  9. AN image of an icon of trees, representing an area in the  countryside, such as a viewpoint, or picnic site, or a garden to visit

    Address

    East Yorkshire, YO25 5ES

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    Type

    Type:

    Viewpoint/Beauty Spot

    With its award winning walks, softly undulating chalk uplands, secret valleys and time forgotten villages, the Yorkshire Wolds is one of the UK's rambling hot spots. It's also one of those serene destinations where you can wander all day.

  10. A couple walking along Bridlington South Beach in East Yorkshire.

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    Address

    Bridlington, YO15 3BZ

    Telephone

    01262 609815

    Type

    Type:

    Beach

    The extensive sandy beach overlooks Bridlington Bay, bordered to the north by the stunning Flamborough headland, while to the south the golden sands extend to Spurn Point at the mouth of the River Humber.

  11. A brown hare sitting proudly in a field, East Yorkshire

    Address

    Hodgson's Fields Nature Reserve., Out Newton Road, Patrington, East Riding Of Yorkshire, HU19 0UU

    Telephone

    01904 659570

    Patrington

    Type

    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Visit Hodgson's Fields in summer when visitors such as grasshopper warbler, sedge warbler and whitethroat can be seen in addition to yellowhammer, reed bunting, tree sparrow and linnet.

  12. The Withernsea Lighthouse in East Yorkshire.

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    Address

    Hull Road, Withernsea, HU19 2DY

    Telephone

    01964 614834

    Withernsea

    Type

    Type:

    Museum

    Withernsea’s Lighthouse is one of only a handful of lighthouses built inland, standing 127 feet (38m) high in the middle of the seaside town.

  13. An image of an icon of a historic building, representing historic buildings, museums and art galleries

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    Address

    Carlisle Street, Goole, DN14 5DR

    Telephone

    01405 768963

    Goole

    Type

    Type:

    Museum

    Permanent 'History of Goole' exhibition and temporary exhibitions. Local and social history collections. Topographic photography and marine paintings, many by Reuben Chappell.

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