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Barton upon Humber is a charming market town with a fascinating history, offering museums and historic buildings, independent shops and restaurants, and a gateway to the stunning Lincolnshire Wolds.
Tesco Superstore, Lidl, Heron Foods, Co-op
The Old Mill, The George Inn, The Volunteer Arrms, The Red Lion, The White Swan, The Sloop Inn, Wheatsheaf, The Hope and Anchor (Best Pub In Lincolnshire 2018)
Gatsby’s, Bengal Village, The Surma, Water Margin, The Raj, The Imaginarium, Starbucks, The Fig Treee
Countryside walks, cycle paths, pebble beaches and nature reserves all on your doorstep.
Barton Town FC (Semi-professional team with junior teams, sponsored by Wren) Barton Town CC, Baysgarth Leisure Centre
Baysgarth Secondary School, Bowmandale Primary School, Castledyke Primary School
About the surrounding area
Barton-upon-Humber is a charming market town with a fascinating history, offering museums and historic buildings, independent shops and restaurants, and a gateway to the stunning Lincolnshire Wolds. Situated in North Lincolnshire, Barton-upon-Humber has
fantastic transport links to nearby cities including Kingston upon Hull on the north bank of the Humber River and Lincoln which is around 31 miles southwest. Other nearby towns include Scunthorpe and Grimsby.
St Stephen's Shopping in Hull is the leading destination for shopping and things to do in Hull city centre.
Huge aquarium with over 3000 creatures, including sharks and sawfish, plus an evening restaurant.
East Park is a major park of about 120 acres and registered a Grade II listed site by English Heritage.
Visit England’s largest parish church built over 700 years ago and dating back to the 13th Century. This Grade I listed building is based in the heart of Hull’s Old Town.
The Brynmor Jones Art Collection is located on the ground floor of the Brynmor Jones Library and is free to all, whether student, staff, or member of the public
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As voted one of the top places to live in the UK by The Sunday Times, Beverley is a gem of a market town ready to be explored. With its towering gothic minster, pretty market squares and beautiful Georgian townhouses, it’s a town steeped in history.
Easily explored by foot, the town has the perfect mix of independently owned boutiques and high street stores, while its popular markets take place every Wednesday and Saturday.
Taste East Yorkshire’s larder by experiencing the cafe culture, Michelin starred restaurants and farmers markets.
Ready to be explored, few locations capture the relaxed charm of the Yorkshire Wolds like Driffield.
The thriving town centre has retained its sleepy rural character and brings together the vivid history, culture and flavour of the surrounding countryside. It features both independent and high street retail stores, an award-winning market, as well as highly recommended pubs, bars and restaurants.
You can explore the 500-year-old tower or the Georgian glamour of Sledmere House or leave it all behind with a walk or cycle at the waterside.
If you’re looking for a relaxed village charm, then Cottingham is the place for you. It claims to be the largest village in England, close to both Hull and Beverley which can easily be accessed by train with direct routes.
It holds a popular market in the Market Green every Thursday with a variety of traditional and modern stalls, as well as two main shopping streets with boutique and well-known names.
Cottingham is close to the statuesque Humber Bridge and to the popular windmill attraction, Skidby Mill.