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Snaith is a town in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, approximately 6 miles west of Goole on the A1041 at its junction with the A645. It is 1 mile to the north of the M62 motorway, just south of the River Aire. The town of Snaith with the villages of East Cowick and West Cowick form the civil parish of Snaith and Cowick. The Snaith and Cowick civil parish had 3,579 inhabitants and 1,492 households in the 2011 UK census. This was an increase on 3,028 inhabitants and 1,228 households in the 2001 UK census. The town continues to grow in size, due to the expanding Ben Bailey housing estate.

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Carlton Towers

Carlton Towers is a Grade I listed Victorian gothic country house in Carlton, North Yorkshire, England. The house was designed by Edward Welby Pugin and stands in a 250-acre estate. The house is the Yorkshire home of the 18th Duke of Norfolk but, since 1991, has been lived in, and run, by Lord Gerald Fitzalan-Howard and his family. Lord Gerald is a younger brother of the current Duke of Norfolk. Although the family still live in part of the house, it is now largely used for wedding receptions and similar events.
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