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This leaflet follows the format of other highly successful Cascade publications, which encourage visitors to seek out and explore the region's churches by directing them from a 'Cascade' church (in this case Beverley Minster) which is typically the grandest and most visited in the area, to 'stream' churches, which are less well known but still worth a visit and finally to 'pool' churches, which are of local interest and may only be accessible by a key holder.
The other churches featured in the leaflet are Beverley: St Mary, Beverley: St Nicholas, Bishop Burton: All Saints, Cherry Burton: St Michael, Etton: St Mary, North Newbald: St Nicholas, Rowley: St Peter, Routh: All Hallows, Scorborough: St Leonard, South Dalton: St Mary and Walkington: All Hallows.
Click to download a copy of the Beverley Minster: A Cascade of Churches leaflet1.14 MB
This leaflet was designed to be printed on both sides of an A4 sheet of paper, then folded in to thirds.
This leaflet provides a brief introduction to the important heritage of Christian art and worship that is to be found in the historic churches in and around Filey. Much can be learnt of the history of the area from these fine buildings which we are sure residents and visitors alike will enjoy visiting.
Historic Churches in and around Filey2.08 MB
This leaflet was designed to be printed on both sides of an A3 sheet of paper, folded in half, then folded in to thirds.
This leaflet covers a selection of the historic churches in the ancient area of Howdenshire.
Howdenshire Historic Churches leaflet410.61 KB
This leaflet was designed to be printed on both sides of an A3 sheet of paper, with pages one and two of the leaflet on one side with page three on the other. It should then be folded in half and finally folded in to thirds.