Bardsey  is a small pretty village to the north east of Leeds city centre and has a LS17 postcode. It is part of the civil parish of Bardsey cum Rigton. The village itself lies just off the A58 road between Leeds and Wetherby making it a popular choice for those needing to commute to the city for work. The easy access to Wetherby and Harrogate makes Bardsey a popular place to reside as these affluent areas are extremely popular places to visit as they offer a vibrant mix of amenities.

Did you know? Bardsey is home to The Bingley Arms which is England’s oldest pub, dating back over 1000 years.

Transport:

Airport

Leeds Bradford airport is a 25 minute drive away from the village.

Bus services

A bus service operates between Leeds and Wetherby/Deighton Bar (Kirk Deighton) numbers 98, 98A, 99 and X98. This is a regular service passing through the village on the A58. In Leeds the bus terminates in City Square, close to the Railway Station. The service passes through Collingham, East Keswick, Bardsey, Scarcroft, the Redhall, Oakwood and Harehills areas of Leeds.

Schools:

Bardsey has a popular Primary School which is set in beautiful countryside in the heart of the village.

There are Secondary School options in nearby Wetherby

More information on Bardsey can be found on their helpful Community Form website http://www.bardseyvillage.org.uk/Walks-around-Bardsey.html