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Alwoodley is a suburb in northern Leeds, West Yorkshire. Alwoodley is neighboured by Moor Allerton, Shadwell, Eccup and Wike. Approximately 6 miles away from Leeds city centre, Alwoodley enjoys a village-like atmosphere.
Alwoodley has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include The Co-operative Food, Tesco Express, Sainsbury’s, Londis, Tesco Superstore and Waitrose & Partners Meanwood. In Alwoodley there is Brodetsky Primary School, Highfield Primary School, Allerton High School, The Grammar School at Leeds, Alwoodley Primary School, Allerton C E Primary School, Moortown Primary School, Allerton Grange High School, Wigton Moor Primary School, Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School and Manor Wood Primary School offering choice to residents with children.
Alwoodley has excellent proximity to the town centre. Scott Hall Road/A61 offers a quick route, alternatively; bus routes 36, 48 and 56 arrive in Leeds City Centre and only take approximately 30 minutes.
Alwoodley postcode: LS17
The name Alwoodley is said to be of Anglo-Saxon origin, meaning; ‘Aathelwald’s forest clearing’ (Aathelwald being a male name in Anglo-Saxon times). This indicates that there was a large forest in the Alwoodley area that was cleared for a settlement and agriculture.
Alwoodley maintained its agricultural background during the industrial revolution, acting as a retreat for those who needed some fresh country air in comparison to the smoke and smog of Leeds and the pollution in the River Aire.
The Alwoodley Golf Club is one of Britain’s finest inland courses and was Dr Alister MacKenzie’s first golf course design, therefore known colloquially as the Original MacKenzie.
Eccup Reservoir in Alwoodley is a reservoir near the village of Eccup. Owned by Yorkshire Water, Eccup Reservoir is 91 hectares/220 hectares large; making it the largest area of water in West Yorkshire. Eccup Reservoir is popular with walkers, possibly due to a growing population of red kites or the 25 geocaches in the area.
The New Inn is a traditional country pub on Eccup Lane, Alwoodley.