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Headingley is a suburb in north-west Leeds, West Yorkshire. Headingley is neighboured by Meanwood, Kirkstall, Burley and Woodhouse. Approximately 3 miles away from Leeds city centre, Headingley enjoys a student atmosphere.
Headingley has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, ALDI, Co-op and a Continental Supermarket. In Headingley there is Headingley Pre School, Shire Oak CE Primary School, St Urbans, Spring Bank Primary School and Brudnell School offering choice to residents with children.
Headingley has excellent proximity to the town centre. The A660 offers a quick route, alternatively; bus routes 1 LeedsCity, 1B, 6 LeedsCity, 27, X84, X85, 19 and 19A arrive in Leeds City Centre and only take approximately 20 minutes.
Headingley postcode: LS6
The name Headingley is thought to have derived from the Old English meaning ‘the clearing of Hedda’s people’. A stone coffin found in Beckett Park suggests that there were possibly Roman settlements also.
During the 13th century, land from Headingley was given to Kirkstall Abbey by William de Poiteven. In 1341, the rest of Headingley-cum-Burley was given by the owner John de Calverley.
Headingley was a small, quiet village, until the Industrial Revolution. The rich would migrate to Headingley to escape the pollution of the cities. The Leeds Tramways was later established, providing improved accessibility to Leeds city centre. This subsequently attracted affluent and middle-class residents.
Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre (HEART) was set up by the Headingley Development Trust in 2011. The Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre (HEART) offers rooms for hire for various uses, Pulse (a shared workspace, great for business start-ups), exhibition space for local artists and other events; alongside a bar & kitchen.
Headingley Golf Club was founded in 1892 and is said to be the oldest golf club in Leeds. The golf course was laid out in the early 20th century by architects Dr Alister MacKenzie and Harry S. Colt. The golf course benefits from a rural setting with amazing views.
Woodhouse Moor Park, also known as Hyde Park is a formal park with an approximate area of 26 hectares. In addition to Woodhouse Moor Park there are two other open areas to the east: the Monument and Cinder Moors. These two areas are often used for events and even car parking.
The Cottage Road Cinema is said to be the oldest cinema in Leeds that is still in continuous use. The building was originally used as a garage for the Castle Grove Mansion nearly. Owen Brooks, a local newsreel cameraman leased the garage and converted the building into a cinema in 1912. Since then, the technology has been updated and viewers can watch all the latest films and new releases.
Headingley Stadium is the host of England test matches and rugby league matches and is also home to the Yorkshire County Cricket Club, the Yorkshire Carnegie Rugby Union Football Club and Leeds Rhinos Rugby League Football Club.