Little Smeaton Village Map
The map has been produced and updated at the end of September 2019, showing all the properties in Little Smeaton, anyone can download the map and print it out, if you do not have access to a printer please contact the clerk on Click here to access the map
Please see Latest News for issues regarding the planning application for Wentedge Road Quarry - update November 2019
Little Smeaton is one of the southern-most villages in the Selby District, and in North Yorkshire.
Our village lies in the Went Valley with only the river separating it from Kirk Smeaton.
Hodge bridge and the road bridge on Water Lane link the two villages, and residents share the Church, School, Post Office and public house The Shoulder of Mutton.
The Little Smeaton playing field and children’s playground are used by young people from both villages.
Immediately past the Old Chapel, on Chapel Lane can be found the public footpath which leads on to the Craggs and Brockadale Nature Reserve – run by Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.
Residents from our villages are involved in the maintenance of the reserve and in monitoring animals grazing the grassland. Last year local volunteers helped to build a boardwalk to improve access in the winter months.