Beverley 20

The Beverley 20 is a walk in the East Riding of Yorkshire that runs between Beverley Minster and the Humber Bridge that pass through the local villages of Skidby and North Ferriby. It also clips the edge of Walkington.

The paths themselves are also used by other longer routes. The section from the Humber Bridge to North Ferriby is used by the Yorkshire Wolds Way, High Hunsley Circuit and the Trans Pennine Trail.

The Beverley 20 is the first stage of a four-part walk from The Humber Bridge to Filey, The East Riding Heritage Trail.

Beverley 20
Length23 km (14 mi)
LocationEast Riding of Yorkshire, England
DesignationUK National Trail
TrailheadsBeverley Minster, East Riding of Yorkshire
Humber Bridge, East Riding of Yorkshire
Elevation change252 m (827 ft)
Highest point110 m (360 ft)

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The High Hunsley Circuit is a 25½ mile circular walk in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England that visits the villages of Walkington, Skidby, Brantingham, South Cave and Bishop Burton.

The paths themselves are also used by other routes, Yorkshire Wolds Way and Beverley 20.


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The village is the site of Skidby Windmill, a Grade II* listed building.

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In recognition of his achievements, Hanyu has been awarded with numerous accolades, most importantly the People's Honour Award (in 2018) and the Medal of Honour with Purple Ribbon (in 2014 and 2018).

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