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It is home to Willerby Hill Farm, cafe and horse riding stables.
Total Fitness is there too along with swimming pools, gyms etc.
Willerby is a village and civil parish located on the western outskirts of the city of Kingston upon Hull in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England.
Willerby was a minor settlement up to the 20th century, during which it became a suburb of Kingston upon Hull, and its urban development extended south-eastwards towards Hull.
The northern boundary is with the civil parish of Cottingham.
Willerby is situated within the safe Conservative Parliamentary Constituency of Haltemprice and Howden; The boundaries of the modern civil parish of Willerby are formed by the route of the former Hull and Barnsley Railway (including the B1232 road) to the south, the A164 Beverley to Humber Bridge road to the west, and Sand Sike drainage channel in Springhead Park to the east.The area (excluding Clough Road) is predominately a mixture of housing and educational buildings, with significant open spaces including playing fields, allotments, and the Northern Cemetery.In addition to the north-south and east west main roads the Beverley and Barmston Drain also passes though the region, forming an approximate boundary between the housing use of the west and the industrial use along Clough Road.In the Domesday Book it was mentioned as Uluardune.By the beginning of the 20th century the Hull and Barnsley Railway had been built just south of the hamlet, which had expanded with a short row of terraced housing - Wolfreton Lane crossed under the railway line, Springhead Halt railway station was built in the 1920s near to the crossing of Wolfreton Lane by the railway.