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The Villages of the Yorkshire Wolds

Ruston Parva


Just off the A614 this pleasant little Village sits quietly in the hillside with a number of houses both old and new and farms with their associated buildings. There is a large chalk quarry known as the Lowthorpe quarry at Ruston Parva which is now disused and closed, but this is one of the quarry which during the years has been used to excavate the chalk on which The Yorkshire Wolds sit.

The tiny Parish Church of Ruston Parva sits high on the hillside looking down over the village and its parishioners below. The church can be reached on foot from the village by climbing a steep grassy bank!

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