AboutBritain.com Logo

Things to do in Keyingham, East Yorkshire

St Nicholas Church, Keyingham. © Jack Nicholson
St Nicholas Church, Keyingham. © Jack Nicholson

Keyingham is a village situated in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The postcode district is HU'2 and the dialing code 0'964. The OS grid reference is TA 245255.

The village is located between the city of Kingston upon Hull and the seaside town of Withernsea on the A'033. It is approximately '' miles from the centre of Hull and 8 miles from Withernsea.

At one time the main occupation of villagers was agriculture and its supporting industries, at present the mainstay of industry within the village is market gardening. There are three extensive nurseries in the village.

A large percentage of villagers travel to work either to Hull or further afield. BP at Saltend and Dimlington Terminal provide employment for many villagers.

In September 2007 a new primary school was opened. Keyingham Primary School is located in Russell Drive and was built to accommodate 220 children. The school catchment area covers the village itself together with children from the neighbouring village of Ottringham, part of Halsham and part of Sunk Island.

Sunk Island which lies to the South of the village is a vast area of low lying, sparsely populated reclaimed land.

Description by Jack Nicholson

Share this page

Images of Keyingham

Blue Bell Inn, Keyingham © Jack Nicholson
Blue Bell Inn, Keyingham © Jack Nicholson
Ship Inn, Keyingham © Jack Nicholson
Ship Inn, Keyingham © Jack Nicholson

Self Catering

more self catering near Keyingham...

Copyright © 1999-2024 Excelsior Information Systems Ltd. All rights reserved.
About Us  Press Room  Terms of Use  Privacy  Link to Us  Index  Site Map  Contact Us

Made with Responsive Grid System by Graham Miller