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Centurion Fields by Bellway Homes Ltd

Welton Low Road, Elloughton, Brough, HU15

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Welcome to Centurion Fields.

This upcoming development of 3 and 4-bedroom new homes in Elloughton is set in a popular village location with a strong sense of community and a rich Roman heritage.

The selection of house styles available will exemplify traditional 2-storey design and will benefit from a quality specification evident in the modern fixtures and fittings. Centurion Fields will also present two public open spaces for residents to enjoy and is set to appeal to first-time buyers and families.
  1. Popular village location
  2. Benefit from a quality specification
  3. An extensive choice of leisure pursuits
  4. Retail facilities are easily located



Welton Low Road, Elloughton, Brough, HU15

Opening hours

Open Friday to Monday, 10:30am - 5:00pm and Thursday 10:30am -7:00pm. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Centurion Fields residents will relish the choice of activities that are available to them. Brough Golf Club is an 18-hole, private, parkland course, which was established in 1891. It is also within walking distance, making it a favourable and convenient option for leisure times. The Blackburn Sports and Social Club is also close by in Brough and is home to a selection of sporting and social clubs including astronomy, photography, salsa dancing, netball, football and squash.

Hull city centre offers a wealth of leisure pursuits that will suit a variety of interests. For cultural enthusiasts there is the Ferens Art Gallery, Hull New Theatre, Hull Maritime Museum and the Hull Truck Theatre. History buffs can explore Wilberforce House, Holy Trinity Church and Viking Way. Old High Street in Hull boasts eight free museums, enough to keep the entire family entertained.

Family-friendly options are also available and include an ice-skating rink, skate parks and several cinema complexes. There is also The Deep, a futuristic aquarium, which is home to over 3,000 creatures including sharks, sting-rays, a pair of green sawfish and a colony of penguins. The Yorkshire Wolds is one of England’s best rambling hot spots and is a great locale for families to while away the hours walking, cycling, picnicking and exploring.

Hull hosts 136 parks and open spaces across its city region. East Park is particularly appealing as a 130-acre parkland, complete with educational animal centre, café and splash boat. West Park is equally enticing and features an outstanding bird aviary with finches, ducks, pigeons, pheasants, quail and parrots. It also houses wallabies and sheep in adjacent paddocks. The River Hull and the River Humber banks offer a peaceful setting for gentle strolls, affording views of local wildlife, interesting architecture and regional flora.

Beverley is a nearby market town that is a popular location for holiday makers and locals alike. It has a bustling centre that celebrates its heritage with regular medieval markets filled with crafts, local food and live music events. The town’s racecourse is an icon of the area boasting a 300-year history whose race days are some of the most anticipated in England’s yearly horse racing calendar. Golfers will also delight in the Beverley Golf Club, considered one of Yorkshire’s oldest being established in 1889, it offers an 18-hole, private, parkland course.

On the doorstep of Elloughton there are two traditional pubs to frequent and enjoy. In Brough there are a few choice eateries catering for takeaways and fuss-free meal times.

Princes Avenue in Hull is a hub for weekend socialising and presents a mixture of bars, pubs and enticing restaurants. Hull city centre is home to an eclectic blend of cuisines that provide a range of dining options from the friendly, relaxed cafes to the mouth-watering delights of highly-regarded restaurants.

Beverly lays claim to the only Michelin-starred restaurant in East Yorkshire, The Pipe and Glass. It serves the finest local and seasonal produce in an unassuming inn that has been standing since the 15th century.

Local Shopping

Local amenities for residents of Centurion Fields include a post-office, newsagent, a pharmacy and a large supermarket. A further four miles away there is the Kingswood Retail Park, which is home to superstores offering food, fashion, stationery and sports products.

Hull city centre has a wider selection of retail facilities that cater for a range of shopping needs. The Trinity Quarter has Whitefriargate housing major retailers next to independent shops. There is also the indoor market, which presents local produce, flowers, gifts and useful services. The Hepworth Arcade is a collection of niche stores that provides a specialist shopping experience.

Princes Quay in Hull is just five miles from the development and has extensive shopping available from high-street to homewares, beauty services and telecommunications stores. It also offers a generous selection of eateries that will satisfy a variety of tastes and budgets.

A monthly farmer’s market is held by the Humber Bridge and provides 100 stalls of regional produce, local flora and gifts.

Shopping in nearby Beverley is a treat. Boutiques are set in picturesque cobbled-street locales, along with small independent shops and craft-dedicated arcades. The Georgian quarter is a thriving retail and leisure spot too, offering high-street, designer and chic bazaars, interspersed with cafes, restaurants and bars.


A selection of well-regarded schools are easily found in the neighbouring areas of the development. The closest is Elloughton Primary School, which is only half-a-mile from home, while Brough Primary School and Welton Primary School within approximately one mile. Residents will also find notable Swanland Primary School Academy located 4.6 miles away. Secondary students are catered for by South Hunsley and Sixth Form College, just five minutes by car and Hull Collegiate School, which is seven miles away.

Tertiary students have two study options close by. The University of Hull is just over 20 minutes away, whereas the University of York – a world top-100 facility – is a little under 30 miles.

Transport Links

Residents of these new homes in Elloughton will benefit from the proximity of the A63 road link, which affords travel into Hull in around quarter-of-an-hour, as well as connection to the M62 for travel further afield. The popular market town of Beverley is 10.3 miles away using B1230, while iconic York is an hour’s drive via the A1079. Humber Bridge is just five miles from the development.

Brough Railway Station is approximately five minutes drive from Centurion Fields and offers regular TransPennine express services. A trip to Hull will take 15 minutes with services leaving every 12 minutes, while York is a little under an hour away. With hourly departures, the station also offers journeys to Manchester Piccadilly in one hour 35 minutes, Huddersfield in one hour and three minutes and Sheffield in one hour and 11 minutes.

Transport links:

A63 0.7 mile/ 2 minutes

A164 4.9 miles/ 7 minutes

M62 6.5 miles/ 8 minutes

A1079 10.6 miles/ 18 minutes

Brough Railway Station 2 miles/ 6 minutes

Leeds Bradford International Airport 62.6 miles/ 1 hour 22 minutes

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Brough (0.9 miles)
National Train Station logo Ferriby (2.9 miles)
National Train Station logo Broomfleet (4.4 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer


Over 60 years of great homes and great service

When it comes to buying your new home it is reassuring to know that you are dealing with one of the most successful companies in the country, with a reputation built on designing and creating fine houses and apartments nationwide backed up with one of the industry’s best after-care services.

In 1946 John and Russell Bell, newly demobbed, joined their father John T. Bell in a small family owned housebuilding business in Newcastle upon Tyne. From the very beginning John T. Bell & Sons, as the new company was called, were determined to break the mould. In the early 1950s Kenneth Bell joined his brothers in the company and new approaches to design layout and finishes were developed. In 1963 John T. Bell & Sons became part of the public corporate scene and the name Bellway evolved.

Continuing growth

Today Bellway is one of Britain’s largest house building companies and is continuing to grow throughout the country. Since its formation, Bellway has built and sold over 100,000 homes catering for first time buyers to more seasoned home buyers and their families. The Group’s rapid growth has turned Bellway into a multi-million pound company, employing over 2,000 people directly and many more sub-contractors. From its original base in Newcastle upon Tyne the Group has expanded in to all regions of the country and is now poised for further growth.

Our homes are designed, built and marketed by local teams operating from regional offices managed and staffed by local people. This allows the company to stay close to its customers and take key decisions about design, build, materials, planning and marketing in response to local and not national demands. A simple point, but one which we believe distinguishes Bellway.

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