How to Get Here
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By Car (approx 8.5 miles/23 minutes):
- Head west on Brooklands Lane towards Easdale Crescent
- Turn left onto Kentmere Avenue
- Turn right onto South Parkway
- At the roundabout, take the second exit onto South Parkway Approach
- Turn right onto Foundry Lane
- At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Wykebeck Valley Road
- Turn right onto Gipton Approach
- Turn right onto York Road/A64
- Take the exit towards Ivy Street
- At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Ivy Street
- Turn left onto Pontefract Lane
- Keep right to stay on Pontefract Lane
- Continue onto Long Causeway/A63
- Turn left onto South Accommodation Road/A61
- Keep right to continue on A61
- Slight right
- Merge onto M621
- At junction 1, take the A6110/Ring Road exit to A653/Dewsbury Airport
- At the roundabout, take the third exit onto Ring Road/A6110
- At the roundabout take the third exit onto Royds Lane
- Turn right onto Whitehall Road/A58
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
By Bus (approx 55 minutes):
- Catch the 4 from Ironwood View
- Ride for 28 minutes/16 stops to Boar Lane (stop T6)
- Walk west on Boar Lane
- Catch the 255 from Boar Lane (stops T7)
- Ride for 10 minutes/10 stops to Whitehall Road Dixon Lane
- Walk east on Whitehall Road/A58 towards Dixon Lane
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
Seacroft is a suburb in eastern Leeds, West Yorkshire. Seacroft is neighboured by Whinmoor, Swarcliffe, Cross Gates, Killingbeck, Gipton, Oakwood and Roundhay. Approximately 4 miles away from Leeds city centre, Yeadon enjoys an outer-city, suburbian atmosphere.
Living in Seacroft
Seacroft has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include Tesco Extra, Fultons Foods, ALDI, Asda Killingbeck Superstore, Asda Harehills Supermarket, Co-operative Food, Tesco Superstore, Morrisons, Iceland Foods and CC Continental Supermarket. In Seacroft there is the Beechwood Primary School, SEMH School - Leeds East, Leeds East Academy, Swarcliffe Primary School, Our Lady's Catholic Primary School, Springwell Academy Leeds East, Parklands Primary School, Grange Farm Primary School and Seacroft Grange Primary School offering choice to residents with children.
Seacroft has excellent proximity to the town centre. York Road offers a quick route, alternatively; bus routes 4, 7, 11 and 16 arrive in Leeds City Centre and only take approximately 30 minutes.
Seacroft postcode: LS14
The History of Seacroft
Settlements at Seacroft date back to the Neolithic Age (3500-2100 BC), a stone axe was found on what is now Kentmere Avenue. There is also evidence of Roman settlements in Seacroft as two Roman coins were found at what is now The Green.
Seacroft village is where Seacroft orignially was, and comprises of The Green and the Cricketers Arms. Seacroft Hall, a listed building, was built in the 17th century by the Shiletto family but was later demolished in the 1950s. The original entrance lodge is still where it used to be, alongside Parklands School which is where Seacroft Hall used to be.
Seacroft Grange was a Grade II listed building that was built in 1672 for the Tottie family, which gives Seacroft Grange the nickname of Tottie Hall. The building contained a 17th century staircase that is said to have been brought from Austhorpe Hall.
Things to do in Seacroft
Lime Pits Wood and Ramshead Wood are small woodlands in Seacroft, great for dog walking.
In 2014, East Leeds FM saved the Seacroft Chapel and turned it into the Chapel FM Arts Centre, the first ever dedicated arts centre in East Leeds. The Chapel FM Arts Centre is a community base for Seacroft and the surrounding areas of Leeds.
The Seacroft Village Green is one of the oldest village greens in the country, it has the Cricketers Arms pub, St James parish church and the Seacroft Community Hub nearby.
Not far from Seacroft Village Green is Seacroft Green Shopping Centre which opened in the 2000s. The Tesco supermarket was said to be the largest in Europe at the time. Other retailers include Peacocks, Savers, Ladbrokes, Greggs and Brantano.
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