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Harehills is a suburb in eastern Leeds, West Yorkshire. Harehills is neighboured by Osmondthorpe, Sheepscar, Chapeltown, Potternewton, Oakwood, and Gipton. Approximately 3 miles away from Leeds city centre, Harehills enjoys an urban, community and cultural atmosphere.
Harehills has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include Tesco Superstore, Asda Harehills Supermarket, Morrisons, Tesco Esso Express, Asda Killingbeck Superstore, Ariana Supermarket and Bakery, Londis, Costcutter, CC Continental Supermarket and Lidl. In Harehills there is Bracken Edge Primary School, Bankside Primary School, Allerton Grange School, Gledhow Primary School, Moor Allerton Hall Primary School, Kerr Mackie Primary School, Grange Farm Primary School and Roundhay School offering lots of choice to residents with children.
Harehills has excellent proximity to the town centre. The A58 offers a quick route, alternatively; bus routes 4, 16 and 42 arrive in Leeds City Centre and only take approximately 15-25 minutes.
Harehills postcode: LS9
By 1850, Leeds was well industrialised, however there were areas in the east of the city that were lacking in any kind of development. However, Harehills became its own established community, with a purpose built reservoir and an independent brick works.
Improvements made on tramways helped promote growth in the area. St James’ Hospital also stimulated growth in the area. St James’ quickly became one of the city’s main hospitals, eventually becoming one of the largest hospitals in Yorkshire.
Harehills Park has four hard courts and large green areas.
The Thackray Medical Museum is situated next to St James’ Hospital and delivers innovative and inspiring learning opportunities about the heritage of medicine and healthcare. Working in collaborations, voluntarily and as a charity, the staff at Thackray Medical Museum aim to use their collections to engage in learning with the general public.