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The Villages of the Yorkshire Wolds

Burton Fleming

The Village is in the valley of the Gypsey Race to the North of the Wolds and is built around the crossroads in the centre of the village. On one side of the junction is the Butchers shop and "Black Jack" a cast iron water pump which has two handles and a wooden case, sadly no longer used to draw water, on the other side is The Burton Arms Public House.


Burton Fleming has its own war memorial near to the Church of St Cuthberts which dates back to Norman times. There is also a Methodist chapel and a brick built Community Hall.

Houses with names like Spring Cottage keep the theme alive of the village built in the valley of the Gypsey Race spring.

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The Burton Arms
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Burton Fleming Chapel
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