Snaith are Local Heritage Guardians
Walkers are Welcome Snaith (The Vale of Snaith Action Group) has been accepted as a Local Heritage Guardian by the Yorkshire Society for their heritage work.
The Vale of Snaith covers around 50 square miles of countryside with the ancient town of Snaith at its heart. A core part of their activity revolves around the promotion of the Local Heritage.
They manage 15 local branded Heritage Walks and 15 Heritage Information Boards as well as an ongoing project to place Blue Plaques on historic buildings in the town of Snaith.
Notable historic buildings and sites that they promote through guided walks and talks include Cowick Hall, Carlton Towers, the former Royal Manor House at Cowick, the former abbey and castle at Drax and several historic churches. Well done Snaith.