The Ellington

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

23-25 York Place, Leeds, LS1 2EY, United Kingdom
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by houso44

Are there any camping grounds in Bolton?

RE: camping

by Britannia2

Bolton is a long way from Leeds. Do you mean Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire which is still some distance from Leeds?

RE: RE: camping

by houso44

I think i have comfused Leeds with Manchester forum. Its Bolton ie Wanderers.

RE: RE: camping

by Maxus

There are some camp sites to the north of Bolton, out towards Darwin off the A666, I do not think there are any actually in Bolton or to the south, which is Manchester.

This website tells you more

The ordinance survey maps have camp sites marked, as do some of the motoring atlases which are available everywhere for a couple of quid.

Travel Tips for Leeds

Visit Millennium Square....

by leeds

Visit Millennium Square. Millennium Square was Leeds' flagship project to mark the year 2000. The £12m project was funded by Leeds City Council and the Millennium Commission, turning what was the old Mandela Gardens and a nondescript car park into one of Europe's most impressive civic spaces and the city's first new public square in over 60 years.

Opened in December 2000, Millennium Square incorporates three squares within one - the main central square (the events arena), a linked space to the northeast and a new garden and fountain area to the south. The Square forms the heart of an emergent civic quarter, with cultural, leisure and residential components.

The 4,500m2 Square will play host to events throughout the year, linking in to the promotion of Leeds as shopping and leisure destination, adding much to the cultural life of the city. Events already planned include big name live music concerts, community events, international street theatre, commercial events and even an ice rink.
Much of what makes Millennium Square special is hidden away underground. Designed by Leeds City Architect John Thorp, Millennium Square has been built with equipment such as staging, lighting and lasers, public toilets, PA system, power supply and even dressing rooms included, making it the most technologically advanced outdoor events space in the world.

Millennium Square can accommodate events both large and small, of up to 7,000 people, making it the largest permanent events venue in the area.
Work commenced on site in November 1999 and was the biggest city centre construction project seen in Leeds since the Headrow was developed in the 1930s. When the adjoining commercial developments are complete in summer 2002, an estimated £27m will have been invested in and around Millennium Square.

Many of the impressive buildings that surround the site are also getting a new lease of life, following many years of dereliction and decay.

It is proposed that the Electric Press, a former printworks and Stansfield Chambers, a former carriage manufactory will, by summer 2002 become home to a vibrant mix of retaurants, cafés retail space and a 3-screen arthouse cinema set around an impressive glazed courtyard.

On the northern side of the Square the Broderick Café Terrace includes a Hobgoblin Café Bar, the fast growing chain's first North of England outlet. The café bar opened in April 2001 and features an impressive new alfresco eating and drinking space that overlooks the Square. Above the bar are two floors of luxury apartments.

Many of the impressive civic buildings that surround the Square have also been given a new look after dark with an integrated lighting scheme which enhances both the historic and new architecture.

Millennium Square, in addition to playing host to a vibrant and exciting programme of events, is also an oasis of calm in the heart of the city.

Landscaping includes 1,500 shrubs and over 80 trees, including 24 mobile planters, specially designed to be moved to accommodate events.

At the southern end of the Square a new garden and fountain area has been created to renew an original dedication to Nelson Mandela.

The new Mandela Gardens includes a cascading water feature and a 16ft high bronze sculpture by the internationally renowned Leeds-born sculptor Kenneth Armitage.
Further pieces of public art around Millennium Square include two pairs of Portland Stone obelisks upon which the famous Leeds art deco owls sit proudly overlooking the Square. A 15m high service tower will be clad with a sculpture conceived by sculptor Richard Wilson. The eliptical tower not only serves a practical purpose by providing a sound and lighting control facility at events, its 'rugby ball shape forms a distinctive and striking gateway feature to the Square.


by leeds about Creation

Fantastic new club with lots to do and caters for all sorts of music tastes, lots of other nooks and crannies plus a VIP Bar, a Chill Out room and a very impressive Balcony Bar.
You will find there's a total experience from style bar to live venue, from conversation to dancing, DJ's, live PA's. It's innovative and interactive. smart casual no jeans, dress to impress

Little Tokyo

by sandysmith about Little Tokyo

Little Tokyo in the centre of Leeds.
Japanese food is not all sushi and raw fish.
had a great meal here - Japanese Curry (fairly mild) with king prawns. Good selection for veggies too. Bento lunch boxes looked amazing too ansd you just have to taste the profiteroles - they are divine. just wish I'd taken a picture....

Harewood House and Bird Garden

by Diosa

The comfy home of the Earl and Countess of Harewood, this is one of England's most beautiful stately homes situated in a fantastic park. The majority of the lavish furniture inside was designed specifically for Harewood by Thomas Chippendale. Out in the grouds is the new adventure playgroud (fantastic for the young at heart!!!) and the bird garden, with a huge range of rare and protected birds and information about protection and conservation.

Leeds City Art Gallery

by SusanneBeck

Leeds City Art Gallery
Art galleries are a new favourite of mine. Didn't actually go to this one but it sounds great. It's a good place to go on a rainy day and even if you're not into art that much, you can still go and have a quick look. (Why not try looking at a picture and noting some points about it as if you know what you're talking about! It's great fun but don't laugh too much - you may get chucked out.)


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 The Ellington

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Address: 23-25 York Place, Leeds, LS1 2EY, United Kingdom