Goole is a port town and civil parish on the River Ouse in the East Riding of Yorkshire, a bustling town thriving with opportunity and home to the UK’s furthest inland port of 50 miles!
With several primary schools and a secondary School with sixth form college linked to Hull College providing good educational facilities.
Transport is provided by its own train station servicing the Hull, Doncaster and Pontefract lines making it easy to get access to other major cities of Hull (30 mins) York (25 mins) and Leeds (45 mins) easily and quickly. Only minutes away is access to the M62, M18 and M180 motorways.
A large number of warehouses and industrial sites offer plenty of job opportunities in the area, with the area being well known for the manufacturing of Glass.
Plenty of leisure opportunities exist with local football teams, rugby teams, golf courses and the purpose built 9 court tennis centre. Country walks and fishing opportunities are also available.
Goole’s modestly sized town centre has many high street shops, independent retailers, eateries and public houses. The main shopping area is Wesley Square, off Boothferry Road (which has been pedestrianised around the main shopping area). There is a modern retail development in the town centre, a leisure centre next to the docks and the Goole and District Hospital, to the north of the town. There is also a theatre and cinema called the Junction in the town centre as well as several large chain supermarkets.