How to Get Here
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By Car (approx 6.5 miles/15 minutes):
- Head north on Styebank Lane towards Leeds Road/A639
- Turn left into Leeds Road/A639
- At the roundabout, take the third exit onto Pontefract Road/B6481
- Pontefract Road/B6481 turns slightly right and becomes Thwaite Gate/A639
- Turn left (signs for M621/M1/Wakefield/A61/Dewsbury/A653
- Use the right lane to turn slightly left onto A61
- Slight right
- Merge onto M621
- At junction 2A, exit towards Beeston/Holbeck
- Turn right onto Cemetery Road
- Keep left to continue on Top Moor Side
- At the roundabout, continue straight onto Domestic Street
- At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Whitehall Road/A58
- Turn right onto Dixon Lane
By Bus (approx 1 hour):
- Catch the 110 Sapphire from Wakefield Road Wood Lane
- Ride for 1 minute/non-stop to Wakefield Road Glebe Farm
- Walk north on Wakefield Road/A61
- Catch the 110 Sapphire from Wakefield Road Glebe Farm
- Ride for 19 minutes/15 stops to Leeds City Bus Station
- Catch the 255 from Leeds City Bus Station (platform 10)
- Ride for 11 minutes/11 stops to Whitehall Road Dixon Lane
- Walk east on Whitehall Road/A58 towards Dixon Lane
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
Rothwell is a suburb in south-east Leeds, West Yorkshire. Rothwell is neighboured by Woodlesford, Middleton and Hunslet. Approximately 5 miles away from Leeds city centre, Rothwell enjoys an market-town atmosphere.
Living in Rothwell
Rothwell has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include Tesco Esso Express, Morrisons, Heron Foods, Fultons Foods, ALDI and Lidl. In Rothwell there is Rothwell Haigh Road Infant School, Holy Trinity Rothwell C of E Academy, Rothwell Victoria Junior School, Haigh Road School, Rothwell St Mary's Catholic School and Royds School offering choice to residents with children.
Rothwell has excellent proximity to the town centre. Pontefract Road/B6481 offers a quick route, alternatively; bus route 110 Sapphire arrives in Leeds City Centre and only takes approximately 13 minutes.
Rothwell postcode: LS26
The History of Rothwell
Rothwell is part of the Rhubarb Triangle, one of the towns that could continue to farm over 90% of the world's rhubarb all year long. Rothwell also has a long history of coal-mining, even being a site of early mining that has been carried out for more than 600 years in the Rothwell area. Local pits included the Fanny, the Rose and Rothwell Water Haigh. All coal-mining and production ceased in 1983, and these pits were turned into a 50 hectare country park by Leeds City Council, Leeds Groundswork, local residents and community groups.
Things to do in Rothwell
Springhead Park is a large public park in Rothwell. Facilities include a playground, skatepark, tennis courts, bowling greens, aviary, cafe, walking routes and dementia friendly gardens. Springhead Park is also venue to many community events including brass band performances and an annual bonfire night fireworks display.
Rothwell Sports Centre is open Monday to Sunday and offers a 25 metre pool and learner pool, a 111 station gym, 5 court and 1 court sports halls, a spin studio, male and female changing rooms, meeting and seminar rooms, free WiFi and children's parties.
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