Barmby Moor

Barmby Moor

Barmby Moor is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It is situated approximately west of Pocklington. It lies north of the A1079 road where it is met by the B1246 road that passes through the village.

According to the 2001 UK census, Barmby Moor parish had a population of 1,065.

The village has a long history and was originally a market town with a coaching inn. For more history see (http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=23017). The village has a church, dedicated to St Catherine, and a primary school. The former school house now houses a Kids Club and a Pre-School, both are charities run by committed locals. There is also a village shop, which has moved recently into a new purpose-built home, a post office and a pub, The Boot & Slipper, which is well supported by the village.

The nearby town of Pocklington has a wealth of other shops including two supermarkets together with bakers, butchers, banks and clothes shops etc. Further afield York, Hull and Beverley are the nearest larger places.

Education

Barmby Moor Primary School is a Church of England school. The foundation governors are appointed by the Church. The school maintains close links with St Catherine’s Church and with the family of Church schools within the diocese of York.

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