Flowers on Main Street
Newton upon Derwent Gardening Club
The Newton Garden Club is an informal group of villagers who enjoy gardens - planning them, making them, visiting them, or just being in them. We generally meet once a month - indoors in the winter, outdoors in the summer. We visit each other's gardens in the village and arrange trips to interesting gardens further afield. We try to improve the village scene with plants.
The club convener is Peter Young at The Poplars.

The Chapel

Newton upon Derwent Methodist Chapel and Community Centre

Newton Chapel is owned by Pocklington Methodist Church and holds services at Christmas and Easter, as well as at other times. There are also Community events held here. The Parish Council meet here every month, parents can hire the hall for children’s parties and the hall is available for hire for meetings etc. The Chapel is managed and cared for by Margaret Horsley. You can contact Margaret on for more information.

Aerial Photo by RAFNewton upon Derwent History Group

Our local historian Peter Venables  kindly wrote the attached document that gives a fascinating potted history of the village.

History of village

View of Main Street facing south 1905View of Main Street facing south 2016
















Useful Information

Local Primary Schools
Newton upon Derwent is served by 2 local Primary Schools

Newton upon Derwent Charity

Charitable Objectives:

Income to be used for the general benefit of the inhabitants of
the Parish of Newton upon Derwent.
The Charity meets twice per year to approve grants to individuals
and organisations


Grays Solicitors
Duncombe Place
YO1  7DY
Tel:  01904 634771

What type of grants can be applied for:

The advancement of health or saving of lives
The prevention or relief of poverty

Who can apply: 

Children/young people
Elderly/old people
Other defined groups