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Hessle is a town in East Yorkshire, 5 miles west of Kingston-upon-Hull city centre. It is on the north bank of the Humber Estuary where the Humber Bridge crosses. The centre of Hessle is the Square. There are many shops, cafes and pubs to explore here. Hessle All Saints Church is located just off the Square and was designated a Grade I listed building in 1967. Hessle Town Hall was built in 1897 and is situated at the top of South Lane. If you fancy a round of golf, Hessle Golf Club has a superb 18-hole course measuring 6,608 yards. All greens are to USGA Standard.
Hessle is home to the world-famous Humber Bridge. At the time of its opening, the bridge was the longest single-span suspension bridge in the world. It links Hessle to the town of Barton-upon-Humber on the opposite side of the river Humber. In July 2017, the bridge was granted Grade I listed status. The Humber Bridge Country Park Local Nature Reserve was formerly a chalk quarry and consists of mixed species of woodland, wild flowers, a spring-fed pond and herb-rich grassland. The park can be explored on several well-signed walking routes.