HOW TO GET HERE
If you are seeking assistance with ear wax removal or would like a free, no-obligation hearing test; it couldn’t be simpler to get to the Hearing Aid Clinic from Batley, or call the hearing aid centre now on 0113 4265418
By Car (approx 7 miles/16 minutes):
- Get on M621 in Gildersome from B6123 and A650
- Merge onto M621
- At junction 1, take the A6110 exit to A62/Leeds (West)
- At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Ring Road/A6110
- At the roundabout, take the third exit onto Royds Lane
- Turn right onto Whitehall Road/A58
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
By Public Transport (approx 40 minutes):
- Catch the Leeds train from Batley Station
- Ride for 17 minutes/3 stops to Leeds Station
- Walk west
- Turn right towards Princes Square
- Turn left towards Princes Square
- Slight right onto Princes Square
- Turn left onto Aire Street
- Catch the 254 from Aire Street (stop S12)
- Ride for 9 minutes/9stops to Whitehall Road Dixon Lane
- Walk east on Whitehall Road/A58 towards Dixon Lane
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
Batley is a suburb in south-western Leeds, West Yorkshire. Batley is neighboured by Birstall, Morley and Tingley. Approximately 9 miles away from Leeds city centre, Batley enjoys an urban atmosphere.
LIVING IN BATLEY
Batley has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include ALSI, Asda Batley Supermarket, Iceland Foods, Fultons Foods A & Z Dadipatel Food Store, Maha Foods and Costcutter. In Batley there is Batley Parish C of E J I & N School, Park Road JI & N School, Dale House School, Upper Batley High School, Batley Grammar School, St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Cambridge Street School, Curlinghow Princess Royal Junior Infant and Nursery School, Staincliffe C of E Junior School and Purlwell I & N School offering lots of choice to residents with children.
Batley has excellent proximity to the town centre. The M621 offers a quick route, alternatively; the Transpennine Express railway line arrives in Leeds City Centre and only takes approximately 17 minutes.
Batley postcode: WF17
THE HISTORY OF BATLEY
Batley is said to date back as far as Norman times. Batley Grammar School, founded by Rev. William Lee in 1612 still exists today. In the late 18th century, most occupants of the local area were mainly farmers and weavers. The Industrial Revolution brought water powered mills, causing the population to grow rapidly in the consequent 50 years.
THINGS TO DO IN BATLEY
Bagshaw Museum is the Victorian house belonging to a former mill owner, situated within Wilton Park. Wilton Park is the main park in Batley, comprising two main areas. The top area is where the Bagshaw Museum is, the bottom area is a larger more formal park with a lake/dam and a small brook. There is also an area which has tennis/basketball courts and a play area.
The Mill Outlet & Garden Centre is the UK’s biggest retail mill. There are 4 floors of retail establishments at discounted prices of around 30%, including; Autonomy Ladieswear, Batley Furniture Outlet, Bonmarche, Camille, Clearance Outlet, Colway & Sew-On, Cotton Traders, The Edinburgh Woolen Mill, The Furniture Bank, The Gift Tree, Harmonize, The Holiday Shop, Pavers and many more.
Oakwell Hall offers visitors an insight into what a post-English Civil War household looked like. Oakwell Hall has been furnished to mimic the lifestyle of this time. The surrounding country park and gardens is also a lovely way to spend time walking and admiring the views.
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