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  1. The lock gates at Pocklington canal in East Yorkshire.

    Address

    Church Road, Melbourne, York, YO42 4QJ

    Telephone

    07789 934871

    Melbourne

    Type

    Type:

    Canal

    A beautiful rural canal of two halves, the upper reaches of the Pocklington Canal between Canal Head and Melbourne have un-restored locks, tree lined towpaths and classic humpbacked bridges.

less than 5 miles

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

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    Address

    Yorkshire Air Museum, Halifax Way, Elvington, York, YO41 4AU

    Telephone

    01904 608595

    Elvington

    Type

    Type:

    Museum

    Experience the tremendous atmosphere of the award-winning Yorkshire Air Museum & Allied Air Forces Memorial, based on an authentic WWII Bomber Command Station. Large collection of over 60 historic aircraft and vehicles and many exhibitions!

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

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    Address

    Yorkshire Air Museum, Halifax Way, Elvington, York, YO41 4AU

    Telephone

    01904 608595

    Elvington

    Type

    Type:

    Educational Group Visits

    Experience the tremendous atmosphere of the award-winning Yorkshire Air Museum & Allied Air Forces Memorial.

  3. Grasses & pond at Allerthorpe Common, at Malton, East Yorkshire.

    Address

    Off Common Lane, Allerthorpe, East Riding of yorkshire, YO42 4RU

    Telephone

    01904 659570

    Allerthorpe

    Type

    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Allerthorpe Common lies on river and lake sands, which were deposited during the last glacial period 10,000 years ago. The soils are acidic. A variety of habitats, including wet and dry heath, mire, grassland and woodland have formed here.

  4. The Half Moon Brewery logo, East Yorkshire

    Address

    Forge House, Ellerton, East Yorkshire, YO42 4PB

    Telephone

    01757 288977

    Ellerton

    Type

    Type:

    Brewery

    A family run Micro Brewery producing high quality, award winning beers, hand crafted in true artisan style.

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

    Address

    Barmby Moor House, Hull Road, Barmby Moor, York, East Yorkshire, YO42 4EZ

    Telephone

    07747036780

    Barmby Moor, York

    Type

    Type:

    Distillery

    At the Hooting Owl we distil six distinctive Gins that represent not only the history of the house, but also our family.
    We are proud Yorkshire folk and seek out botanical’s that represent each of the Ridings and South Yorkshire.

more than 5 miles

  1. A snowy door, tree and wreath, at Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens in East Yorkshire.
    One of the flower beds in front of Burton Agnes Hall in East Yorkshire.
    An image of a sculpture at Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens
    An image of Burton Agnes Hall framed within a flower stem
    A flower border in front of Burton Agnes Hall in East Yorkshire.
    A snowy door, tree and wreath, at Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens in East Yorkshire.
    One of the flower beds in front of Burton Agnes Hall in East Yorkshire.
    An image of a sculpture at Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens
    An image of Burton Agnes Hall framed within a flower stem
    A flower border in front of Burton Agnes Hall in East Yorkshire.

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    Address

    Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens, Burton Agnes, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 4NB

    Telephone

    01262 490324

    Driffield

    Type

    Type:

    Historic House

    Magnificent Elizabethan house filled with treasures collected over four centuries. Award winning gardens offering something for everyone. Courtyard Cafe serving foods from local producers.

  2. 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.

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

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    Address

    Castle Farm, Wold Hill, North Cave, East Yorkshire, HU152LS

    Telephone

    01430 472230

    North Cave

    Type

    Type:

    Children's Activity Centre

    Do you remember being small and in awe of the spaces around you. In the eyes of a child, even the smallest garden seems like a big adventure. Imagine the excitement building when you give your kids the chance to step foot into William’s Den and see…

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

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    Address

    Flamborough, Bridlington, YO15 1BJ

    Telephone

    01904 659570

    Bridlington

    Type

    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Flamborough Cliffs is a coastal reserve, ranging from cliff top grassland and spectacular chalk cliffs to rocky shore and sandy beach. It is a wonderful reserve on which to see huge numbers of breeding seabirds.

  5. 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

    7 Nordham, North Cave, East Yorkshire, HU15 2LT

    Telephone

    01430 422266

    North Cave

    Type

    Type:

    Open Garden

    PLEASE NOTE FAWLEY HOUSE IS CLOSED FOR 2020.
    Tiered, 2.5 acre garden with lawns, mature trees, formal hedging and gravel pathways. Apple espaliers, pears, soft fruit, vegetable and herb gardens.

  6. The Little Wold Vineyard logo, in East Yorkshire
    Family & friends of Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire.
    Grapes on the vine at Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire.
    The Barn at Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire, set within the fields - purpose built for weddings and special occasions
    A vineyard tour at Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire.
    The range of wines produced at Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire, displayed with the vineyards as the backdrop.
    Henry, Tom and Alice, in the vineyards at Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire, who have won awards for the diversification of their farm.
    A tractor in the vineyards at Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire.
    The Little Wold Vineyard logo, in East Yorkshire
    Family & friends of Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire.
    Grapes on the vine at Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire.
    The Barn at Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire, set within the fields - purpose built for weddings and special occasions
    A vineyard tour at Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire.
    The range of wines produced at Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire, displayed with the vineyards as the backdrop.
    Henry, Tom and Alice, in the vineyards at Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire, who have won awards for the diversification of their farm.
    A tractor in the vineyards at Little Wold Vineyard, Brough, East Yorkshire.

    Address

    40 The Meadows, South Cave, Brough, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU15 2HR

    Telephone

    07970976001

    Brough

    Type

    Type:

    Vineyard

    Little Wold Vineyard was planted as part of a farm diversification of Market Place Farm. Established in 2012 Little Wold Vineyard now has over 12,000 vines, producing 7 wines.
    Winner of Wine GB North and Midlands: Best Still Wine (Poppy Hill Rosé…

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

    Address

    Thorngumbald Road, Paull, Hull, HU12 8AX

    Telephone

    01964 626115

    Paull

    Type

    Type:

    Church

    St Andrew's Church is over 600 years old and sits about half a mile outside the village on the East side. It is cruciform in shape and sits overlooking the Humber Estuary.

  8. 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.

  9. The exterior of St Mary's in Beverley, East Yorkshire.

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    Address

    Northbar Within, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 8DL

    Telephone

    01482 869137

    Beverley

    Type

    Type:

    Church

    St Mary's Beverley is one of the most beautiful churches in England. Full of history & beautiful artwork, St Mary's has been highly regarded by artist and architect alike. You will receive a warm welcome when visiting St Mary's.

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

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    Address

    Sewerby, Flamborough, YO15 1AA

    Telephone

    01482 395208

    Type

    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Located on the south side of the dramatic Flamborough Headland, the beach at Danes Dyke is an impressive 1km stretch of sand, striking white pebbles and rock pools, bound by imposing cliffs to the east and west.

  11. 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

    Yorkshire Wolds, County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley, HU17 9BA

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    Cross Street

    Type

    Type:

    Mountain or Hill

    Yorkshire Wolds is a relatively small crescent of rolling chalky countryside, arcing from glorious Filey with its miles of golden beaches in the north to bustling Hessle, home of the world-famous Humber Bridge, in the south.

  12. The exterior of the Priory Church, Bridlington in East Yorkshire looking from outside the iron railings up to the church steeple.
    A model of the original Priory Church, Bridlington in East Yorkshire.
    A wood carving on the interior of Bridlington Priory church in East Yorkshire.
    An image of the guide to the priory church, leaflet interior.
    A leaflet back with details of The P:riory Church, Bridlington in East Yorkshire.
    Various Bridlington Priory in East Yorkshire, leaflets duplicated in different colours.
    A stained glass window at Bridlington Priory Church. in East Yorkshire.
    The exterior of the Priory Church, Bridlington in East Yorkshire looking from outside the iron railings up to the church steeple.
    A model of the original Priory Church, Bridlington in East Yorkshire.
    A wood carving on the interior of Bridlington Priory church in East Yorkshire.
    An image of the guide to the priory church, leaflet interior.
    A leaflet back with details of The P:riory Church, Bridlington in East Yorkshire.
    Various Bridlington Priory in East Yorkshire, leaflets duplicated in different colours.
    A stained glass window at Bridlington Priory Church. in East Yorkshire.

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    Address

    Church Green, Bridlington Old Town, YO16 7JX

    Telephone

    01262 672221

    Bridlington Old Town

    Type

    Type:

    Church

    Dating from 1113 AD, the Bridlington Priory Church was originally part of one of England's leading monasteries. The surviving nave of the church is now a thriving parish church with a wealth of historic features.

  13.  RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire by George Stoyle
    Puffins off RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire by Pete Hewitt
    The viewpoint at RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire.
    The viewpoint at RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire by Mark Smales
    Dolphins swimming off RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire by Martin Jones-Gill
    The seabird centre at RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire.
    The rear of the centre at RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire.
    Mobility scooters at RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire.
    Gannets by Steve Race at RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire.
    A visitor and warden at RSPB Bempton, Bridlington in East Yorkshire.
     RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire by George Stoyle
    Puffins off RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire by Pete Hewitt
    The viewpoint at RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire.
    The viewpoint at RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire by Mark Smales
    Dolphins swimming off RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire by Martin Jones-Gill
    The seabird centre at RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire.
    The rear of the centre at RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire.
    Mobility scooters at RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire.
    Gannets by Steve Race at RSPB Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire.
    A visitor and warden at RSPB Bempton, Bridlington in East Yorkshire.

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    Address

    The Seabird Centre, Cliff Lane, Bempton, maria.prchlik@rspb.org.uk, maria.prchlik@rspb.org.uk, Bempton, Bridlington, YO15 1JF

    Telephone

    01262 422212

    maria.prchlik@rspb.org.uk, Bempton

    Type

    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Home to nearly half a million seabirds, including puffins and the UK's largest seabird, the gannet. Seabird Centre housing information on the wildlife on the cliffs, gift shop, food and drink counter. Events and activities all year round.

  14. 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

    Bullerthorpe Lane, Woodlesford, Leeds, LS26 8AF

    Telephone

    0113 288 9088

    Woodlesford

    Type

    Type:

    Educational Group Visits

    Britain's most northerly commercial vineyard, established 1985. Five acres producing Yorkshire Appellation award-winning wines.

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