Whashton village green consists of the large grassed area opposite the Hack & Spade pub at the centre of the village together with the grass verges at the top and bottom of the village.
The Village Green was gifted to the Parish Meeting by Major Cradock, the then owner of Hartforth estate and reputed Lord of the Manor of Whashton, in 1969, and therefore belongs to the village.
Grass cutting and upkeep of the green is undertaken by the villagers with the large central area being cut by the local farmer and the rest being shared mostly among those whose properties front on to the green.
The green also includes two Quoits pitches which although they have been little used in recent years are still maintained and available for use for this traditional game.
Below is a view of the village green from the top end looking down the village towards Whashton Farm with the Cleveland hills in the background. The face of the old quarry is hidden by the trees on the right of this picture.