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Haltemprice Area Walks

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C79 - Wauldby Green and Nut Wood
Walk Name
Wauldby Green and Nut Wood

Enjoy the freedom of this gently undulating walk.

On a clear day see if you can spot the 12 giant wind turbines at Lissett.

The route is also ideal for people who take their children for walks in 'all terrain' buggies.

Circular Walk
Walk Type
  • Mountain Biking and Horse Riding Routes
Ordnance Survey Explorer Map
Car Parking Facility
Layby opposite Raywell Hall, Please park responsibly and courteously
Millers Tea Toom at Raywell Lodge (booking advisable at busy times - tel: 01482 631702) . Check opening times before setting off.
Public Conveniences
Beverley various
Distance (Miles)
Distance (Kilometres)
Shortened Distance (Miles)
  • From the roadside take the bridleway leading to the left of Nut Wood and follow it alongside the wood to a track leading away to the south.
  • Turn right at Little Wauldby Farm and walk westwards to Wauldby Manor.
  • Turn left by the dam and follow the field edge path to a concrete road, but don't go onto it.
  • Instead, turn right and walk to the road.  Follow the road northward to a junction with a Yorkshire Wolds Way sign on the right.
  • Follow the track eastwards past Waulby Green and the northern edge of Nut Wood to return to the start.
Start Point
Raywell layby near Nut Wood (HU16 5WG)
End Point
Raywell layby near Nut Wood (HU16 5WG)
Towns & Villages
Start Easting
Start Northing
End Easting
End Northing
Further Information
Features of Interest
Wauldby was a hamlet with a population of 86 about 120 years ago.  It was a chapelry and township until 1866 and a civil parish until 1st April 1935 when it became part of Welton. The settlement has a small lake called Wauldby Dam and a chapelbuilt in 1853, on private land close to Wauldby Manor Farm. Some of the 19th century farm buildings have recently been turned into luxury accommodation.
Accessibility Information
This route:- 
- Is relatively flat. 
- Does not contain barriers. 
- May be mudy in hollows after prolonged rain
Additional Information
From Nut Wood there is a fine view of Raywell, House. Standing in a country park of 35 acres,  the historic manor house was once home to the renowned 19th century politician Daniel Sykes, a close friend of William Wilberforce. 
Steeped in history, Raywell House was built in 1803 by local Member of Parliament for both Hull and Beverley, Daniel Sykes. Sykes commissioned Marmaduke Pycock of Wakefield to design the house, and ever since then this huge house has attracted the area's finest as its owners, from politicians to wealthy merchants and traders. 
Until recently it was the headquarters of a pig farming business, but is currently in the hands of developers who are re-inventing the house and grounds as luxury accommodation and log cabins.  (The tearoom premises is also a log cabin.)