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C61 - Beverley Parks (Millennium Orchard) Apples, luverly juicy apples!
Summary
Walk Name
Beverley Parks (Millennium Orchard)
Ref
C61

Take this walk on National Apple Day and you'll discover the Yorkshire Beauty, Dogsnout and Bloody Ploughman in the Millenium Orchard.

Details
Circular Walk
Yes
Grade
Easy
Walk Type
  • Easy Walks
  • Nature Trail and Country Park Walks
Ordnance Survey Explorer Map
293
Car Parking Facility
Shepherds Lane in Beverley
Refreshments
Pubs and shops in Beverley
Public Conveniences
Various sites in Beverley
Distance
Distance (Miles)
2
Distance (Kilometres)
3
Description
  • Starting from the car park on Shepherd Lane/Long Lane to the south of Beverley, your orchard walk lasts for approximately 550 yards (500 metres).  You will walk upon flat, surfaced paths.
  • If you like, take a longer walk of 1,600 yards (1½ kilometres)around the whole of Beverley Parks
  • From the southeast corner of the Parks, you can follow a public footpath adjacent to the railway to visit Cottingham (2½ miles -4 kilometres - away).  You can also walk for 1¼ miles (2 kilometres) through fieldpaths to Beverley, near the Minster.
Map(s)
Location
Start Point
Shepherds Lane in Beverley
End Point
Shepherds Lane in Beverley
Towns & Villages
Beverley
ParishBeverley
Start Easting
504,154.00
Start Northing
436,994.00
End Easting
504,154.00
End Northing
436,994.00
Further Information
Features of Interest
-  See how many varieties of traditional English apples you can find!
Accessibility Information
This route:- 
 
-  is relatively flat. 
 
-  contains gates which can be passed through in a motorised wheelchair or with a pushchair. 
Additional Information
-  Come to the orchard on Apple Day, usually in October, and have your old apple tree identified.  Bring an apple, with its stalk and a leaf or two attached.  You can also enjoy face-painting, falconry displays and wood-carving.  For more details please see East Riding of Yorkshire Council's Countryside Events brochure (visit a Tourist Information Centre, call 01482 395209, or go online to www.eastriding.gov.uk/countrysideaccess).