Yeadon has been shaped by its long and interesting history, developing from a rural medieval village to an industrial mill town
Yeadon is home to a beautiful Victorian Town Hall, with a main concert hall and balcony, fully refurbished in 1999. Yeadon Town Hall hosts a range of exciting shows, concerts and events the whole family will love.
Yeadon Tarnfield Park is extremely popular with people of all ages. Younger visitors can enjoy the playground and BMX track whilst other visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll around the tarn, a relaxing game of bowls or spend a Sunday afternoon enjoying one of the Summer Bands in the Park with entertainment from some of the region’s leading brass bands.
Fun Fact: ‘The Oldest Fish & Chip Shop in the World’ was in Yeadon – before closing, it was supposedly the world’s longest running fish & chip shop.
Yeadon boasts popular, highly rated B&Bs as well as big name hotels near to Leeds Bradford Airport including Travelodge and Premier Inn.
Yeadon is located 8 miles to the north west of Leeds and 6 miles to the north east of Bradford. The town has good transport links being located on the A65 Leeds – Otley road and close to the A658 Harrogate – Bradford road. Leeds Bradford Airport is immediately to the east.
The 33A and 757 buses will take you from Leeds City Centre to Yeadon.
The nearest railway station is at Guiseley 2km (1 mile) to the north west providing access to the mainline between Leeds and Ilkley.
Theatre shows at Yeadon Town Hall.