Pocklington History

Pocklington History 2018-05-21T22:11:15+00:00

It is very important to us here at Love Pocklington that we do not attempt to replicate or replace the indepth, historical facts that local historians have obtained through their research, therefore we will use this page to redirect you to the official websites of local groups.

 Please scroll down for more information.

Pocklington History website has been formed by the Pocklington and District Local History club, the website contains a whole host of information including:-

  • Early History
  • Domesday Book
  • Medieval & Post Medieval
  • 18th Century, 19th Century, 20th Century
  • Archaeology/finds inc Burnby Lane Iron Age Site and Pocklington School

There is an “Archives” section which includes:- People, Schools, shops and Inns, local industry, breweries, military, past events, religion, maps, place and boundaries, transport, mills, services, parish records, fire brigade, film & video and reference.

The “Gallery” section has a host of photos from Regent Street, Chapmangate, Market Place, Market Street, Union Street, Railway Street, The Pavement and other unknown locations.

Pocklington and District History Group also hold regular meetings and events, see website for more information

Click here to visit Pocklington History Website

Pocklington History & Heritage Trail is al 16 page booklet by Phil Gilbank.

The booklet is available from Forths or Burnby Hall Gardens Gift Shop for £3.00