12 photographs that capture the true beauty of Beverley

Beverley Westwood by Paul Lakin

Beverley Westwood by Paul Lakin - Credit: Archant

The stunning market town of Beverley, in East Yorkshire has outstanding beauty. With a grand Minster, historical buildings, cobbled streets and pleasant strolls through woodlands, there is something for everyone.

The Georgian Quarter has architecturally fascinating streets, divided by the 15th Century North Bar and contains a great number of listed buildings, and a wide variety of shops.

Beverley Minster is one of the largest parish churches in the UK, larger than one third of all English cathedrals and is said to be a gothic masterpiece by many visitors.

For beautiful greenery; Beverley Westwood is just on the outskirts. Stroll around this ancient common to see Burton Bushes, Cobblers Well where an old tale lies about how a woman was murdered in the trough by her jealous cobbler husband and the Bull Pit.

St Mary's church and gate, Beverley by Nick Waters

St Mary's church and gate, Beverley by Nick Waters - Credit: Nick Waters

Stormy Trees Beverley Westwood by Pete Gillespie

Stormy Trees Beverley Westwood by Pete Gillespie - Credit: Pete Gillespie

John Holtby

Sunlit Beverley Minster by John Holtby

View of Beverley Minster from The Westwood by Sheila Button

View of Beverley Minster from The Westwood by Sheila Button - Credit: Sheila Button

Westwood, Beverley by David Calver

Westwood, Beverley by David Calver - Credit: David Calver

Beverley Beck by night by Christopher Maw

Beverley Beck by night by Christopher Maw - Credit: Christopher Maw

Beverley Beck by Paul Lakin

Beverley Beck by Paul Lakin - Credit: Paul Lakin

Beverley in Bloom by Sheila Button

Beverley in Bloom by Sheila Button - Credit: Sheila Button

Old mill on the Westwood by Paul Lakin

Old mill on the Westwood by Paul Lakin - Credit: Paul Lakin

Beverley North Bar by Pete Gillespie

Beverley North Bar by Pete Gillespie - Credit: Pete Gillespie

Beverley Westwood by Paul Lakin

Beverley Westwood by Paul Lakin - Credit: Paul Lakin


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