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The town is served by Driffield railway station on the Yorkshire Coast Line.
The place-name 'Driffield' is first attested in the Domesday Book of 1086, Driffield contains a small community hospital, small fire station, police and ambulance stations, several churches - the largest being All Saints' Parish Church, whose bells were restored for the millennium - and a fairly small high street.
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HERE are 6 Driffield photos from The Press archives.
We are steadily digitising and uploading thousands of old photographs from our library, and we will be adding more photos to this gallery over the coming months.
Only earthworks now remain and the site is known as Moot Hill.
Driffield 19th century archaeologist John Robert Mortimer noted fragments of medieval swords, spears and silver coins.The civil parish is formed by the town of Driffield and the village of Little Driffield.By road, it is located 70 miles (110 km) to the north-east of Sheffield, 29 miles (47 km) to the east of York, 23 miles (37 km) to the north of Hull, 72 miles (116 km) south-west of Middlesbrough & 218 miles (351 km) to the north of London.There is also an area of parkland close to the parish church alongside the stream (Driffield Beck) that runs roughly parallel to the high street. Old standbys to the town's catering services include the Water Margin, Marco Polo and Mario's. I love to travel, i have a keen interest in anything vintage and textiles!