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The local area guide to living in Brough

Only 12 miles outside of Hull, Brough is a small town that has been growing rapidly in recent years. Situated in the East Riding of Yorkshire on the bank of the Humber Estuary, Brough offers a number of outdoor attractions. There’s a Brough golf club, and the North Cave Wetland nature reserve is close at hand. Walkers can enjoy strolls along the river pathways leading all the way to Hull.

Part of the Elloughton-cum-Brough civil parish, Brough has long been known for being the home to a BAE Systems factory. The Blackburn Aircraft Company first opened their factory in 1916, which was a major source of employment in the area until it was finally closed in 2012. The Hawk Advanced Jet Trainer was manufactured here, and the Brough Aerodrome was an important contributor the economy. With its closing, the town is now moving in a new direction as a dormitory town for Hull. Ambitious housing developments have been announced, with 700 houses to be built on the site of the formers airfield. Through it all, Brough residents enjoy annual events like the South Cave Annual Beer Festival and the Classics in the Park Concert. These help contribute to an inclusive community spirit.

Information about the local residents

Brough has undergone a number of changes in recent years. With the addition of new transport and rail links as well as modern housing developments, it has attracted a changing demographic. Today’s Brough is quite popular with professionals and families. Many residents have moved out from Hull to enjoy Brough’s slower pace of life and green spaces. The average wages have risen to reflect the money and investment that has been brought into the area during this time of regeneration, and the population has grown accordingly. In Elloughton-cum-Brough, the overall population has grown from 5,000 to 12,000 in the past 15 years.

Nearby schools

South Hunsley School and Sixth Form College is located 2 miles outside of Brough’s town centre. This secondary school enjoys 48-acre grounds featuring new athletic facilities. There’s a football pitch, gym, and swimming pool. South Hunsley became a specialist Technology college in 2012.

At the primary level, Brough Primary School is positioned directly within Brough. At the time of its 2011 Ofsted inspection, the school was found to be ‘good’ overall. Specific strengths include the ‘outstanding’ care and guidance that all students receive. Elloughton and Welton Primary schools are also located in the area.

Getting around

Brough is situated just off of the A6 road leading away from Hull, in close proximity to the M62 motorway. There’s a railway station in town, with a number of operators providing daily services. This includes service to London from Virgin Trains East Coast and First Hull Trains. Northern Rail and First Transpennine Express also run through the area. For bus services, East Yorkshire Motor Services operates routes between Hull and Brough. Those travelling to Leeds can take the Stagecoach in Hull service which also passes through Brough.

Hull’s a famous port town, and P&O Ferries operates overnight ferries to continental destinations including Zeebrugge and Rotterdam.

Local shops

A good number of shops and services are located in Brough. There are branches of Sainsbury’s Local and Morrison’s supermarkets, along with several banks, hair salons, and financial services. For resident health needs, there is a medical centre along with two dentists and two veterinarians to choose from.

Many of the shops are located along Station Road, Skillings Lane, or Welton Road. Residents will find a pet shop, gift shop, and local post office in this central area. The Café Indulge is popular with locals, well-known for its outdoor seating and tempting cakes. The Ferry Inn is perhaps the best-known hangout in town, as it’s associated with the history of the highwayman named Dick Turpin. Those in search of additional cafes and retail shops will find them a few miles away in Hull. The Prospect Centre shopping mall offers a food court and over 40 high street retailers.

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