Every Palm Sunday a memorial event takes place at Towton to celebrate the anniversary of the biggest and bloodiest battle that took place on English soil.
On Palm Sunday 1461, in atrocious weather – howling wind, driving sleet and snow – the armies of two disputing Kings of England fought all day on a plateau of land a dozen or so miles south-west of the city of York. Details of the battle are available by following this link Palm Sunday Battle at Towton
Details of the events held at Towton can be found by using this link
You'll see from the programme that regular walks take place.
More information is available by clicking this link