How to Get Here
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By Car (approx 4.5 miles/14 minutes):
- Take Victoria Road and Cemetery Road to Lowtown/B6154
- Turn left onto Lowtown/B6154
- Turn right onto Hough Side Road/B6154
- At the roundabout, take the third exit onto Ring Road/Ring Road Farnley/A6110
- At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Whitehall Road/A58
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
By Bus (approx 47 minutes):
- Catch the 4 from The Marsh Public House
- Ride for 26 minutes/25 stops to Tong Road Amberley Road
- Walk west onto Tong Road/B6154 towards Amberley Road
- Turn left onto Amberley Road
- At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Highfield Avenue
- Slight right onto Dragon Road
- Continue onto Lynwood Crescent
- Turn right onto Lynwood Avenue
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
Pudsey is a suburb in western Leeds, West Yorkshire. Pudsey is neighboured by Tong, Stanningley and Farnley. Approximately 7 miles away from Leeds city centre, Pudsey enjoys a market-town atmosphere.
Living in Pudsey
Pudsey has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include the Co-op, B&M, Lidl and Asda Supercentre. In Pudsey there is Waterloo Primary School, Greenside Primary School, Pudsey Primrose Hill Primary School, Pudsey Grangefield School, Crawshaw School and Greenside School offering choice to residents with children.
Pudsey has excellent proximity to the town centre. The A647 offers a quick route, alternatively; the New Pudsey train arrives in Leeds City Centre and only takes approximately 10 minutes.
Pudsey postcode: LS28
The History of Pudsey
Pudsey was famous in the 18th and 19th centuries for its manufacture of wool. Due to Pudsey's position in the valley between Leeds and Bradford, during the Industrial Revolution it became one of the most polluted areas in the UK. Pudsey is also known for cricket; Yorkshire and England cricketers Sir Len Hutton, Herbert Sutcliffe, Matthew Hoggard and Ray Illingworth all learned how to play cricket in Pudsey.
Things to do in Pudsey
The Rainbow Factory is a unique attraction for children aged 10 and under. The attraction is storytelling through creativity and activities, including crafts, games and theatre, all lead by a team of performers. Similarly, Little Burrowers is a soft play baby sensory room.
For winding down, the Surin Thai Spa and Elegant Belle offer various messages and relaxing treatments and are very well reviewed by customer experiences.
For outdoors, the Fulneck Golf Club (said to be the oldest golf club in Leeds) guarantees a challenging round at their course. Although there is also a clubhouse accessible for members and visitors.
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