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East End Park is a suburb in south-east Leeds, West Yorkshire. East End Park is neighboured by The Calls, Cross Green, Burmantofts, Harehills and Osmondthorpe. Approximately 2 miles away from Leeds city centre, East End Park enjoys an urban atmosphere.
East End Park has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include Tesco Express, Sainsbury’s, ASIA Supermarket, DELIUX, Sainsbury’s Local, Morrisons and Tesco Metro. In East End Park there is Mount St Mary’s Catholic High School, All Saints’ Church of England Primary School, Richmond Hill Academy, Shakespeare Primary School and Children’s Centre, Co-op Academy Leeds, St Peters C of E Primary School and Ebor Gardens Primary offering lots of choice to residents with children.
East End Park has excellent proximity to the town centre. The A64(M) offers a quick route, alternatively; bus routes 843 Coastliner, 5, 19, 19A, 40, 64, 4, 4G, 16 and 62 arrive in Leeds City Centre and only take approximately 15 minutes.
East End Park postcode: LS9
East End Park was originally part of the grounds of Osmondthorpe Hall mansion, but was sold to the city in 1886. Now managed as a public park by Parks and Countryside (Leeds City Council), East End Park offers lots of leisure activities including bowling greens, tennis courts, football pitches and basketball courts. East End Park has lots of open spaces, woodlands and flowerbeds and also hosts many events throughout the year including a bonfire night fireworks display and a fun fair.
The Leeds Irish Centre has a membership of 1150 people and can offer 4 function rooms, a private members bar, and sports facilities. There are Trustees and a Committee that volunteers their time to members and the management of the centre. There is even a blue plaque reading: “The Crucible of Darts, Opened in 1970, Leeds Irish Centre has become the social and cultural heart of the city’s Irish Community. Now drawing millions of viewers, televised darts was pioneered here in August 1973 when the Centre hosted Yorkshire Television’s pub games series ‘Indoor League’ presented by Fred Trueman.