Your culture attendant: things to do in Market Weighton

A THING TO DO TODAY

MARKET WEIGHTON
Price: £6.50 (adult)
Time: 1-2 hours
Amongst the 300-acre grounds of Normanby Hall, near the village of Burton upon Stather, are herds of red and fallow deer which have made their home here for centuries. The deer give birth in early summer - go along now and see how many of the young you can spot.
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MARKET WEIGHTON
EAST YORKSHIRE
53.8631, -0.66505


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