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Jester Sign - Beverley Town Trail

Jester Sign - Beverley Town Trail

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Take a step back in time, discover what life was like in Medieval Beverley. Stroll from the North Bar towards the Beverley Beck, discovering the trail's 40 unique sculptures which depict the guilds and trades of the area. Medieval Beverley was a wealthy town with a diverse population of skilled workers including carpenters, butchers, jerkin makers, musicians and armourers - to name just a few!

Whether you want to find out where bakers were put in the ducking stool for selling poor bread, or you simply want to take in the historic sights of Beverley, you are sure to have fun whilst learning on the Beverley town trail. Over 700 local school children were involved with craft activities and ideas for the development of the sculptures and works of art.

Time/Effort 2 out of 5
Navigation 1 out of 5
Technicality 1 out of 5
Toilets Public toilets are available in Beverley on Dyer Lane, Sow Hill and Station Square
Refreshments A variety of eateries can be found in Beverley

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Wilbert Lane,
Butcher Row,
HU17 0AB



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Map reference: TA 035395  Lat: 53.84188 Long: -0.42748