Official Tourist Board Website
Call us today! 01723 383636

Refine your search

Type of Venue






Or Venue Name


image for Village item typeSinnington at Pickering Visitor Information Point

Village, free entry


Quiet, pretty village with wide greens and an attractive 18th century bridge over the River Seven. Curious small packhorse bridge on the green thought to have crossed a mill leat in medieval times and also acted as a "flood bridge" over a river flood channel later. Present structure dates from 1794.

Has had a village Maypole for several hundred years. In 1708 the Quakers or "Broad Brims" tried to stop the May Day festivities by rushing the May Queen and musicians.

The Church of All Saints is situated on the hill by Nun's Walk where fields to the east back onto a boundary dyke and a double-dyke of a medieval deer park. It was greatly restored in 1904 but there are relics from the pre-Conquest Church - cross fragments, carvings and round-headed slit windows.

Open all the time


Free entry


Property Services

01653 600666


Morlands Newsagents,
7 Market Place,
Pickering ,
YO18 7AA



See location of Pickering Visitor Information Point on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SE 797840  Lat: 54.24600 Long: -0.77747