Boundary Hotel

42 Cardigan Road, Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS6 3AG, United Kingdom
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Tetley Wharfe Brewery Closed_other attractions

by gailuk1954

I enjoyed a day out at the Tetley Brewery some time ago and thought it would be nice to add the details but alas it has closed.

Has anyone been to any other attractions around Halifax/Leeds areas?

Cruise to Leeds From Continental Europe

by andyb56

One of the best way's to travel from Europe if you like ships, water and a great time is to Travel from either Zeebrugge (Belgium) or Rotterdam (Holland) and then connect to Trans Pennine Express at Hull Railway Station (Bus or Taxi connection at Ferry port to Hull Paragon Station)!!! The cruise ferries are the largest in the World and offer a fun way to travel from Europe

Good place to sit and watch the world go by

by traceyspacey about Ha Ha Bar and Canteen

It is a chain, but I don't think that I have been to one before. The reason that we chose it was that they had tables available outside and we wanted to take advantage of the unexpected sunshine at the weekend. Considering that they were busy our food took 20 minutes to arrive as they said it would.

The food is using British ingredients and examples of dishes were fish finger and chips (the fish fingers were in fact fish goujons), sausage, mash and gravy (delicious) and a fish pasta dish (cannot remember the name but it was great). Mains are around £7.50-£9. I would come here again. I haven't been inside but I have heard that it looks comfy and cosy. Between the pasta fish dish and the sausage, mash and delicious gravy


by alyf1961

A competition was advertised to build Leeds town hall in 1852 a 29-year-old architect from hull by the name of Cuthbert Broderick won the competition to design the building.
Sir Charles berry, who was the architect of the houses of parliament in London, was adviser to the committee of the competition.

The site for the town hall was purchased from wealthy merchant and landowner John Blayds for £9,500
The original budget to build this magnificent building was set at £35,000 not a great sum, even in those days. The sum rose to £41,835 by the time the main contract was signed on the 25th July 1853. The figure went up again with the addition of the clock tower.

The clock tower made Leeds town hall the tallest building in Leeds. A record it held until 1966

The building took six years to construct using local millstone grit.

Queen Victoria opened it on Tuesday the 7th September 1858. The nearby mills and factories were closed for the day and the people of Leeds had a long day of celebrations in the city. A statue of Queen Victoria in the main entrance marks the opening ceremony.

When it was first opened the town hall held law courts, council chambers, municipal offices, a suite of entertainment rooms, a public hall with a grand organ, the basement included a police station with gaol [jail].

After the opening of Leeds civic hall in 1933, many civic functions were transferred to there.
The role of the courts was transferred to the nearby combined courts centre and magistrates court when that was built in 1993.
Today the town hall is mainly used for social end entertaining purposes and as the offices of the Leeds leisure services.
The town hall is also used today for civil weddings

There is a blue plaque situated in the Calverley street entrance.

Finally my first real visit to the UK

by mafootje

"Went there by boat"

After being in the UK for just a few hours years ago we decided to see if we'd like to see more of the UK. We took a minicruise and extended it by one day to visit Leeds. About a 15 minute ride from our home is the terminal of P en O in Rotterdam Europort so that made it easier then a drive to the airport in Amsterdam.

Never been on a boat longer than a few hours and certainly not on one where i could sleep onboard. We booked a inside cabin for 2 persons which was a bit to small to our liking and decided to try an upgrade to a larger cabin.

Leeds itself is a very historic city with lots of shopping, culture and entertainment opportunities.


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Address: 42 Cardigan Road, Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS6 3AG, United Kingdom