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Snaith and Cowick

Snaith and Cowick is a civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It is situated approximately 5 miles west of the town of Goole. The town centre has a variety of pubs and hotels that are well worth a visit and for fans of Yorkshire ale, a trip to the Snaith Brewery should be firmly marked on your agenda! Whilst in Snaith make sure you find time to also drop into the local butchers and pick up some of their fantastic local produce.

Cowick Hall Visit the grade one listed building of Cowick Hall


In 1086AD the Domesday book indicated that Cowick village was a royal possession, and between 1200AD and 1300AD Cowick was used for hunting by the Kings of England and in 1323AD Edward 11 held parliament in Cowick. The town is dominated by the Snaith Priory for which building commenced in 1100AD on Anglo Saxon foundations. Next to the Priory is the Penny Lock Up. In the old days to get released would cost one old penny. Between 1660 and 1690AD Viscount Downe leased Cowick from the crown and built Cowick Hall. Cowick Hall is now a grade 1 listed building.

Snaith Priory

Snaith Priory was a staging post for pilgrims travelling from Lincoln to York, as recorded on the altar kneelers. The priory church of St Lawrence at Snaith is a Saxon foundation, though very little of the Saxon church remains. The present building dates from 1086 and the report of its state in 1275 lists among its treasures four tropers (the Anglo-Saxon service book) and several part tropers, so we can take from this that it was a rich church.

Up, Up and Away

Snaith Airfield, at nearby Pollington was used by Bomber Command extensively during WWII, the home of 51 squadron. The squadron is now based at RAF Waddington, still part of Bomber Command, and was recently granted the Freedom of Snaith, an ancient tradition which allows them to march through the town displaying banners and flags.

Bottoms Up!

Yorkshire Ales offers an extensive range of real ale from Yorkshire breweries. The specialist shop currently showcases in excess of 160 different real ales from 40+ breweries across Yorkshire. The intention is to highlight the smaller breweries who are following their ambitions to create new and exciting beers and give them a respected route to market.