Village Issues:

Are there any other parents/ grandparents that are getting fed up of having to walk the children on the road when going around the village to School, the Shop and the Village Hall because of all the Dog Mess all over the paths and the cars parked on the paths.




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About Wawne - which lies within the East Riding of Yorkshire, England.

The village of Wawne is the main residential village in the parish of Wawne, which lies within the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. 

The village is located in close proximity to the city of Kingston Upon Hull and the historic town of Beverley.

According to the 2011 UK census the parish of Wawne had a population of 975.

There are 400+ dwellings within the village and the entire parish covers 1,753.4 hectares.

Within the village there is a popular primary school, a post office and general store as well as a village hall which holds a number of varied activities. There is also St Peter’s church where worship has taken place for 900 years. A public house to be found as you enter the village.

The village is surrounded by farmland both arable and livestock.



Sutton & Wawne Museum

St Peter's Church, Wawne


Ongoing Events

Cake Club - Every First Thursday @ The Village Hall - 10 - 11am

Wawne Lunch - Last Wednesday every other Month @ village Hall - 12:30pm




Wawne Road - Foredyke Bridge Update near Kingswood School


Dear All,

Repairs to the temporary link road have been marked out and are programmed for the evening of Friday 29th June between the hours of 10.45pm and 1am. Due to the extents of the repairs required, the link road will have to be closured during the hours stated above. Advance warning signs of the closure of the link road will be erected to inform residents of the coming closure.

The diversion route during the evening closure will be via Kesteven Way, Richmond Lane, Grosvenor Road, Barnes Way, Ashcombe Road and John Newton Way and vice versa. The diversion signs will be left in place until Wawne road reopens and signed as an alternative diversion route to the temporary link road to try to reduce the traffic flow on the link road.

Survey you may wish to complete

Please see below link to an important survey you may like to complete.

Dates for Your Diary

Past Events

On Thursday 7th September, the Wawne Village Hall had a coffee morning for McMillan cancer support they made £427.00 so far. Thanks to everyone.

The Queen's Birthday Tea

The Queen's Birthday Tea