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Beverley Area Walks

The table below contains information on all walks centred in the beverley area. Click on any walk's name or reference code to see more details on the walk, including photos and a route map.


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C14 - Brantingham Wold
Walk Name
Brantingham Wold

Enjoy excellent views, woodland paths and green lanes on this highly-recommended walk.

Circular Walk
Walk Type
  • Wolds Walks
Ordnance Survey Explorer Map
Car Parking Facility
Village hall at parish council discretion and permission for large groups. Roadside parking available where eastern end of Sprout Hill meets the road - responsibly please
Pub and shop in Brantingham and Elloughton - check opening times before setting off
Public Conveniences
Various sites in Hessle - check opening times before setting off
Distance (Miles)
Distance (Kilometres)
Shortened Distance (Miles)
  • To begin your walk follow a green lane uphill.  (You will see a large hall through the woods to the south.  If the sky is clear you might also see the towers of Lincoln Cathedral).
  • Next follow the woodland paths to Welton Dale Road.  Walk along a road and field headland to reach, and pass by, a large farm unit at Wauldby.  (A century ago this unit held a population of 86 and a small church.)
  • After following a further field headland - part of the Wolds Way - to a green lane, turn left to return to Brantingham.  Pause to appreciate the fine views across the Vale of York.
  • You can split this route into two short walks (of one mile or of four miles) by using the shortcut shown on the map, running through South Wold Plantation.
Start Point
Brantingham HU15 1QG
End Point
Brantingham HU15 1QG
Towns & Villages
Brantingham, Elloughton and South Cave
Start Easting
Start Northing
End Easting
End Northing
Further Information
Features of Interest
-  Brantingham is a picturesque little village with many fine houses and quaint cottages lying at the foot of the popular Brantingham Dale.  The 'ham' suggests an early Saxon settlement and evidence of Roman occupation has been found. 
-  During quarrying in 1941, walls, mosaics and tessalated pavements of a Roman Villa were found.  One of the two mosaic floors is displayed in a Hull museum and the other one was stolen.   
-  The unusual war memorial in the village is built out of stones from the old Hull Town Hall and was once described as "lovingly awful".  The 'urns' seen around the village are also from that building. 
Accessibility Information
This route:- 
-  contains some steep slopes. 
-  contains kissing gates and hand gates. 
-  contains steps 
-  crosses at least one road. 
Additional Information
You are advised to confirm opening times and availability of pubs, shops and public toilets before setting off in case of recent changes.