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The Villages of the Yorkshire Wolds

Dringhoe

The area which is known as Dringhoe is situated between Beeford and Skipsea Brough along the B1249. The first farm on the left out of Beeford along this road has two whale tusks as gate posts! The road is scattered with numerous farms one of which is Dringhoe Hall another being Fieldhouse Farm, Dringhoe Ltd.

The area is used mainly for agricultural purposes and is richly coloured with a multitude of crops which are grown on the land.

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