Designed & produced by Nick & Helen Stubbs (c) 2000

Guided Tour  Page 2
Aldbrough Street Map
Village Green

The photograph on the left shows the view of St. Bartholomew’s Church from the village green. Driving in the opposite direction however, take the left turn into North street.


  Photo by Andrew Renwick

On the left hand side of NORTH STREET is the site of the former Harrisons Garage, and once Crawforth’s horse-drawn carriers, today a tasteful modern development of  new cottages,  the previous dwellings on this site were demolished in the mid 1960’s.

Follow North Street down passing Beeches Koi, and to the junction of Hornsea Road. Now turn left and go back in to Hornsea Road, on the right is Bettison’s lawnmowers, the building is a former Primitive Methodist chapel, built in 1850, (immediately to the right is CARLTON LANE

On the left is the busy Spar shop, then across from here on the right hand side is a small building serving the most excellent Fish & Chips.

To the rear of No’s 19-25 there was once a Brewery, these cottages were lived in by brewery workers.

On the right is the building known to belong to the last Blacksmith of the village in 1960.


High Street

  Photos By Nick Stubbs

North Street
Hornsea Road

Turn left, back around by the George & Dragon into High street again. This time continue, past the chapel buildings up to the top of High street. (The photograph on the left is a view from the top of High street looking back).

On the left hand side is the village coach operator-Pearsons.

On the right is Aldbrough County Primary School.