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Sherburn in Elmet is a large suburb near Leeds, West Yorkshire. Sherburn in Elmet is neighboured by Aberford, Micklefield, Ledsham and South Milford. Approximately 17 miles away from Leeds city centre, Sherburn in Elmet enjoys a village-like atmosphere.
Sherburn in Elmet has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include ALDI, Tesco Express, Co-op Food - Sherburn-in-Elmet, Best One, Fultons Foods and SPAR Sherburn. In Sherburn in Elmet there is Athlestan Community Primary School, Sherburn High School, Sherburn Hungate Primary School, South Milford Community Primary School, Barkston Ash Catholic School and Monk Fryston C of E Primary School offering choice to residents with children.
Sherburn in Elmet has excellent proximity to the town centre. The M1 offers a quick route, alternatively; bus routes 403, 493 and the Transpennine Express and northern line arrive in Leeds City Centre and only take approximately 1 hour.
Sherburn in Elmet postcode: LS25
The village of Sherburn in Elmet is said to have possible Roman origins. The field that adjoined All Saints' Church is said to be the site of a palace for the kings of Elmet, which was given to them by Athlestan to the Archbishops of York around the 10th century.
The site of All Saints' Church was originally the site of an Anglo-Saxon church. All Saints' Church is exceptionally large, dating back to 1120, it has Norman pillars and a large tower housing eight bells. During the Battle of Towton, which was fought nearby, it is said that King Edward IV used the tower of All Saints' Church as an observation point to survey the battle lines.
Sherburn in Elmet has many sports clubs. Sherburn Eversley Cricket Club was formed in the 20th century and has two teams that play on a Saturday afternoon in the Wetherby League: the first playing in the second division in 2016 and the second team playing in the fifth division. There is also a Thursday evening team.
The Sherburn White Rose Football Club was disbanded for many years, but was reformed in 1960 and have since played in the West Yorkshire League.
There is also the Wheatsheaf Angling Club that controls the Bacon Factory Pond, a recreational fishery on the east side of Sherburn in Elmet. The Bacon Factory Pond is stocked with pike, eels, trench bream, roach, carp and perch.
The Squires Cafe is infamous around Sherburn in Elmet as being a meeting place for motorcycle riders, most popularly on Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons. It is said that the scenic roads on the way into the centre of Sherburn in Elmet are very attractive to motorcycle riders and the Squires Cafe is a great place to meet for a meal and a drink after the ride.