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The church with its 14th-century tower and spire is a prominent feature in this small Wolds village.


Norman nave and chancel arch above which are two small Norman windows that provide a puzzle for the architectural historian.


What are they doing here?


The clerestory is of the late 15th-Century.

These notes come from East Yorkshire Historic Churches Trust.


 Our church services are now back to the normal pattern of

  • 1st Sunday of the month 9.15am  All Age Worship

  • 2nd Sunday of the month 4.00pm Evensong

  • 3rd Sunday of the month 9.15am Holy Communion

  • 4th Sunday of the month 9.15am Morning Prayer

  • 5th Sunday of the month 10.30 am Group Service
    Updated 3rd May 2021

Pocklington Wold Benefice combines the churches All Saints, Pocklington with St. Ethelburga, Gt Givendale, St. Mary, Huggate and St. Margaret, Millington.


For local matters such as the church building or churchyard, contact one of the church wardens.

Sue Dale, Huggate Wold Farm,

01377 288233

Ruth Braithwaite, 5, Manor Farm Court,

01377 288422


Enquiries about baptisms, weddings and funerals are dealt with by the Parish Office, 01759 306045,



Church opening times
The church is open during daylight hours.


There is a brightly coloured Victorian east window by Hodgson of York, recently restored.

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