How to Get Here
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By Car (approx 3.2 miles/11 minutes):
- Head south on Ashlea Green towards Upper Town Street/A657
- Continue on A657 to Green Hill Road
- Continue on Green Hill Road
- Take Whingate to Upper Wortley Road
- Continue onto Upper Wortley Road
- At the roundabout, continue straight onto Dixon Lane
By Bus (approx 37 minutes):
- Catch the 16 from Upper Town Street Ashlea Green
- Ride for 17 minutes/14 stops to Shopping Centre (stop B)
- Walk west on Town Street towards Theaker Lane
- Catch the 81 from Shopping Centre (stop A)
- Ride for 4 minutes/5 stops to Five Lane Ends
- Walk south on Upper Wortley Road
- At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Dixon Lane
Bramley is a suburb in north-west Leeds, West Yorkshire. Bramley is neighboured by Horsforth, Kirkstall, Stanningley, Farsley and Calverley. Approximately 4 miles away from Leeds city centre, Bramley enjoys a village-like atmosphere.
Living in Bramley
Bramley has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include Morrisons, Tesco Superstore, Fultons Foods, Tesco Express, ALDI and Asda Kirkstall Supermarket. In Bramley there is BRamley St Peters Cof E Primary School, Whitecote Primary School, Leeds West Academy, Valley View Community Primary School, Raynville Primary School, Hollybush Primary School, Bramley St Peter’s Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary and Summerfield Primary School offering lots of choice to residents with children.
Bramley has excellent proximity to the town centre. The A647 offers a quick route, alternatively; bus routes X6, 14, 16, 49 and 86 arrive in Leeds City Centre and only take approximately 30-40 minutes.
Bramley postcode: LS13
The History of Bramley
The water pump and water trough on Stocks Hill remain from Bramley’s medieval history. There is a blue plaque to accompany the historical items that reads: ‘Stocks Hill, Bramley. This historic pump and trough are the last reminders of the Village Green which was surrounded by medieval cottages and yards, the Green featured the stocks, pillory and an 8ft pillar which commemorated the holding of Leeds Market here during the plague of 1644-45’.
Things to do in Bramley
Bramley Shopping Centre is open from 8am-6pm Monday-Saturday and 10am-4pm on Sunday and has a variety of amenities including cafes & food, charity shops, greetings & cards, health & beauty and specialist services.
Bramley Park is a community park near the centre of Bramley. The park has open spaces, sports pitches & courts, a bowling green, children’s playground, war memorial and formal garden. Bramley Park is also venue to various annual events such as Bramley Carnival and fireworks displays.
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