Pocklington is a small market town at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds in the East Riding, about 15 miles east of York.
The town’s architecture is a mixture of quaint old houses and modern buildings and the town has several unusual street names reflecting its history from the Iron Age onwards. The skyline is dominated by a 15th-century church tower.OS grid reference SE 802 486
Near the centre of Pocklington are Burnby Hall Gardens, home to the National Collection of Hardy Water Lilies.
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