This site was last updated on : 4th September 2017
Allerthorpe is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It is situated approximately 1.5 miles (2.4 km) south west of the town of Pocklington.
The civil parish is formed by the village of Allerthorpe and the hamlet of Waplington and according to the 2011 UK census, Allerthorpe parish had a population of 220.
Allerthorpe has a public house and restaurant, The Plough Inn, and Lakeland Park which offers all manner of water sports and fishing activities. Allerthorpe Common, to the west of the village, has a nature reserve.
The parish church of St Botolph is a Grade II listed building.
Thomas Cooke, the machinist and optical instrument maker, was born here in 1807. There is a memorial stone near the church gate.
We aim to provide our residents with an up to date method of keeping everyone informed about what is happening in our parish, including information relevant to our area. Important news will be posted on our Notice Board as well as on our News page, we also hope you will find the information published on the rest of the site as well.
The Parish News is a bi-monthly newsletter produced by the Barmby Moor group of Churches and is hand delivered to all residences within our Parish. It is FREE of charge to households and funded by advertising. The Parish Council now produce an insert for the Newsletter containing articles of interest and updates to ongoing matters for those living in the Parish.
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