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Trinity Square to host farmer’s market, tours and more this weekend

This weekend, Hull is hosting an event celebrating Yorkshire’s heritage with a farmer’s market, exhibition, tours and more.

Now in its 3rd year, the Yorkshire Heritage Summit will be held in Hull over the weekend of the 11th & 12th May 2024. This year will be the biggest Summit yet with volunteers from Yorkshire’s many heritage organisations and people with an interest in Yorkshire heritage descending on Hull for a range of events.

The main events on Saturday will be held at Hull Minster and have been planned to showcase the importance of Yorkshire’s unique culture, history and landscape.

There will be a free-to-attend public Heritage Exhibition in Hull Minster’s nave, where as well as many local heritage organisations exhibiting, there will also be national and regional organisations such as English Heritage, Heritage Lottery Fund and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.

There is also a full-day Yorkshire Heritage Symposium with keynote speakers and the presentation of the Harry Gration History Prize. There are still a few tickets left for the Symposium (£10) and attendees will get to hear presentations about The “Chalkshire” Project, the vision for a proposed UNESCO Geopark in The Yorkshire Wolds and the Distinctive Culture & Heritage of the East Riding.

Hull Minster will be hosting an outside Farmers Market on the Saturday and Hull White Badge Tourist Guides will be running free Maritime heritage walks throughout the day

A previous Farmer’s Market in Trinity Square

On the Saturday evening local maritime folk band Spare Hands will be performing a special concert in the Sailmakers Arms and then on Sunday a number of longer guided walks and tours will take place including The Great Wolds Discovery Bus Tour and a Hull Rocks – a Hull Geology walk.

This major event will include:

EXHIBITION of many organisations from across Yorkshire, involved in the promotion or protection of Yorkshire’s unique heritage – including many from the Society’s network of Yorkshire Heritage Guardians.

SYMPOSIUM at which key issues affecting Yorkshire’s heritage will be discussed. Details and tickets HERE.

GUIDED TOURS presented by experts in their field.

  1. Choice of 2 great walks with Hull Civic Society. Details HERE.
  2. Hull Rocks! A guided walk with Hull Geological Society. Details HERE.

BUS TOUR to discover The Yorkshire Wolds. Details HERE.

CONCERT with Hull folk group Spare Hands performing at the Sailmakers Arms. Details HERE.

FARMERS MARKET presenting an abundance of local produce in Trinity Square.

Yorkshire has a wonderful food and drink heritage and so, to make the most of the Heritage Summit’s Saturday timing, and to attract more of the general public into the event, a Farmer’s Market on Trinity Square, right outside the Minster where the Exhibition, Conference and Workshops will take place, will complement the event and boost visitors.

Event Programme

Saturday 11 May


  • 50 heritage organisations showcasing their work
  • Explore Hull’s Maritime History with guided walks by Hull White Badge Guides


  • Harry Gration History Prize Presentation
  • Local planning and regeneration
  • An introduction to the distinctive culture & heritage of East Yorkshire
  • The ‘Chalkshire’ Project in East Yorkshire
  • A Vision for a proposed UNESCO Geopark for East Yorkshire
  • Open discussions and Q&A

Sunday 12 May

Tours of Hull and the surrounding area:

  • Hessle Road Walk and Hull Fishing Heritage Centre
  • Wincolmlee and the River Hull walk – an Oil Miller’s Tale
  • Yorkshire Wolds Discovery Bus Trip – Details and tickets HERE

To find out more about the event and to purchase tickets for the symposium, the Spare Hands
concert or the Sunday tours and events, visit here.

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