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Chapeltown is a suburb in north-east Leeds, West Yorkshire. Chapeltown is neighboured by Harehills, Headingley, Meanwood, Chapel Allerton and Oakwood. Approximately 2 miles away from Leeds city centre, Chapeltown enjoys a lively, urban atmosphere.
Chapeltown has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include Costcutter, Aziz supermarket + HMC, CC Continental Supermarket - Chapeltown Branch, Tesco Esso Express, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Sing Kee Foods. In Chapeltown there is Holy Rosary and St Anne’s Catholic Primary School, Bankside Primary School, Bracken Edge Primary School, Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Hillcrest Academy, Shakespeare Primary School and Children's Centre, Little London Community Primary School, Blenheim Primary School and Little Owls Nursery Chapeltown offering lots of choice to residents with children.
Chapeltown has excellent proximity to the town centre. Clay Pit Lane offers a quick route, alternatively; bus routes 2 LeedsCity, 3 LeedsCity, 3A LeedsCity, 7, 7A, 7S and 36 arrive in Leeds City Centre and only take approximately 10-20 minutes.
Chapeltown postcode: LS7
The name Chapeltown was originally used to describe the area and surrounding areas of Chapel Allerton. The green areas to the north and east of Potter-Newton was known as Chapel-Town Moor; now known as Chapeltown. Chapel-Town Moor was green space used for recreation such as races, archery and cricket matches.
In the 19th century, the area was developed into a wealthy area, consisting of large terraces and villas. Some of these still remain and have been divided into small low-rent flats. The area has been used as community settlements and has successively transformed many times, depending on social use. For example; The Union Chapel on Chapeltown Road transformed into a synagogue and then a Sikh Temple.
East Street Arts has a small, off street Project Space in Chapeltown known as Union 105. The Project Space endeavours to deliver a series of commissions that enable artists to develop their work in cohesion with the context and culture of Chapeltown.
Leeds West Indian Carnival (also known as Leeds Carnival/Chapeltown Carnival) started in 1967 and is one of the longest running West Indian carnivals in Europe. The carnival is held in Chapeltown every August bank holiday weekend and usually has about 150,000 attendees.
Potternewton Park is a popular park in the heart of Chapeltown, is over 32 acres large and has facilities for all ages including; open parkland, flowerbeds, a bowling green, tennis courts, a playground, a skatepark, basketball courts and a giant chessboard.