The Hull flows southward in the land to the east of Great Driffield before joining the River Humber at the City of Hull.Great Driffield's most notable historic feature is the church of All Saints.
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The little town of Great Driffield lies just on the edge of the Wolds and is sometimes known as the 'Capital of the Wolds'.
Great Driffield is an agricultural settlement and is located at the point where the River Hull begins.
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The Yorkshire Wolds are formed by the most northerly limits of chalk in Britain and form rolling hills to the south of the Vale of Pickering and to the north of the low lying East Yorkshire district called Holderness.