A new chalk maze has been created in the grounds of Skidby Mill by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. The maze pattern is based on the pavement maze at the Chartres Cathedral in France which used to be traversed by medieval monks.
As well as the new maze, the Trust have added a second, larger tunnel of living willow, which provides an exciting place for children to play, and is also a habitat for birds, butterflies and other wildlife.
The image above shows the pavement maze at Chartres Cathedral. If any visitors to Skidby have a photo they wish to share of the new chalk maze at Skidby Mill – then please send it through or post in the comments section.