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Wortley is a suburb in western Leeds, West Yorkshire. Wortley is neighboured by New Farnley, Armley and Holbeck. Approximately 3 miles away from Leeds city centre, Wortley enjoys a great community atmosphere.
Wortley has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include Asda Wortley Oldfield Lane Supermarket, Tesco Express, Asda Kirkstall Supermarket, Asda Beeston Supermarket and Venus Supermarket (Leeds). In Wortley there is Lower Wortley Primary School, Cobden Primary School, Five Lanes Primary School, Acrewood Nursery, Whingate Primary School, Farnley Academy and Castleton Primary School offering choice to residents with children.
Wortley has excellent proximity to the town centre. Oldfield Lane offers a quick route, alternatively; bus routes 254, 255 and 42 arrive in Leeds City Centre and only take approximately 20-30 minutes.
Wortley postcode: LS12
Wortley is split into three areas: New Wortley, Upper Wortey and Lower Wortley. New Wortley is the closest to Leeds city centre and the surrounding industrial areas of Armley and Holbeck. Upper Wortley is in between Armley and Lower Wortley. Lower Wortley is the furthest from Leeds city centre and is closer to Farnley, Leeds Outer Ring Road and the M621.
The industrial revolution helped Upper Wortley’s development. While there were some industrial sites in Wortley, Wortley is also close to Armley and Holbeck which were heavily industrialised, therefore benefitting from their industrial sites too.
Although New Wortley Recreation Ground is very close to the city centre of Leeds, it offers spectacular views of the surrounding areas. There is also a children’s playground, skateboard park, bowling greens, football and rugby pitches.