Leeds is the largest city in the county of West Yorkshire. Once a major industrial centre, the city today is more well known for being the largest financial centre in the UK outside of London, as well as for its impressive shopping, nightlife, universities and sports facilities.
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Headingley is a suburb of North West Leeds. World famous for its Cricket and Rugby stadium, it is also especially popular with students of both Leeds Universities.
North West Leeds is a large and diverse part of the city of Leeds, extending from Burley out as far as Guiseley and the city's airport.
Roundhay is an affluent and attractive district of North Leeds, famous for the beautiful Roundhay Park.
North East Leeds is the north-eastern portion of the city of Leeds, roughly starting at the bottom of Scott Hall Road in Sheepscar, extending as far north as Alwoodley, Shadwell and Wetherby.
Chapel Allerton is a district of North Leeds. Popular with young professionals and locals alike.
East Leeds is the area of the city of Leeds between the river Aire, Easterley and Wetherby Roads, Leeds City Centre and the villages of Elmet and the Aire valley.
West Leeds is an extensive area of the city of Leeds, bounded by the river Aire to the north and Fulneck, the M621 and M62 to the South.
South Leeds is the southern portion of the city of Leeds, with the river Aire to the north-east, the city center, docks and Holbeck to the north, the M621 to the west and M62 to the south.
Wetherby is a market town situated in North East Leeds in West Yorkshire. One of the main attractions in the area is Wetherby Racecourse.