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Garforth is a suburb in eastern Leeds, West Yorkshire. Garforth is neighboured by Swillington, Kippax, Micklefield, Aberford, Barwick in Elmet and Whinmoor. Approximately 8 miles away from Leeds city centre, Garforth enjoys a village-like atmosphere.
Garforth has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include Co-op Food – Garforth, Tesco Superstore, Fultons Foods, Sainsbury’s Local, SPAR – MFG Garforth West, Lidl and Kent Foods LTD. In Garforth there is the Strawberry Fields Primary School, Garforth Academy, St Benedict’s Catholic Primary School, Ninelands Primary School, Green Lane Primary Academy and East Garforth Primary School offering choice to residents with children.
Garforth has excellent proximity to the town centre. The M1 offers a quick route, alternatively; the Transpennine Express and Northern lines arrive in Leeds City Centre and only take approximately 10 minutes.
Garforth postcode: LS25
During the 17th and 18th centuries the local land-owning Gascoigne family ran several coal-mines in the area, this is the cause of the area’s size and expansion. This also had a knock-on effect for the surrounding areas of Micklefield, Kippax, Swillington, Methley and Allerton Bywater who also expanded as a result of coal-mining.
The Garforth Golf Club was opened in 1913 but still evolves with modern technology to offer a brilliant customer experience at their club.
The Garforth Squash & Leisure Centre is open Monday to Sunday and offers the facilities of: a 43 station gym, 6 squash courts (2 with glass backs), 5 court badminton centre, free WiFi and male/female changing rooms.
The West Yorkshire Cycle Route is a 150 mile circular route that roughly follows the West Yorkshire boundary. The West Yorkshire Cyclle Route has traffic free sections, one of which starts locally and runs between the surrounding areas of Great Preston, Kippax and Allerton Bywater.
The Garforth Town Association Football Club was established in 1964. Garforth Town A.F.C are currently members of the Northern Counties East League Premier Division and play at Wheatley Park.
The Millrace Garden is a plant bursery that has been developed from a greenfield site over the last 18 years.