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2 edition of brief neighbourhood history of `The Mounts" of Alwoodley. found in the catalog.

brief neighbourhood history of `The Mounts" of Alwoodley.

J. Graham Branston

brief neighbourhood history of `The Mounts" of Alwoodley.

by J. Graham Branston

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Brief neighbourhood history of `The Mounts" of Alwoodley by J. Graham Branston Download PDF EPUB FB2

History of Alwoodley The civil parish of Alwoodley was formed in and consists of most of Alwoodley and the village of Eccup as well as farm land.

The name Alwoodley is said to be of Saxon origin and is possibly a corruption of Aethelwaldley, meaning either a clearing in. The Early History of Alwoodley. Sporadic finds like a flint axe, a Celtic carving and Roman coins remind us that human impact on the landscape of Alwoodley has been ongoing for thousands of years.

1 Indeed the very place name itself is a clue to the origins of permanent settlement in the district. A.H. Smith argues that it is of Saxon derivation and means ‘Athelwald’s forest glade or. Alwoodley is a civil parish and suburb of Leeds in West Yorkshire, is 5 miles ( km) north of central Leeds and is one of the most affluent areas of the city.

Alwoodley lies in Leeds 17 which was reported to contain the most expensive housing area in Yorkshire and the Humber by The Times. The area is situated in the Alwoodley ward of Leeds City Council and Leeds North East Country: England.

Alwoodley – A Brief History. 20th April No one’s too sure about the history of this popular residential area of north Leeds. The Roman’s certainly built a fort at Adel around which a settlement grew.

Alwoodley History. The Alwoodley Golf Club was founded in The course was laid out that year on Wigton Moor, part of the Harewood estate, on the outskirts to the north of Leeds. One of the founders was a local GP called Dr Alister MacKenzie, who would also design the course.

Alwoodley Parish Council has prepared the Alwoodley Neighbourhood Plan. The Referendum took place on 28th June and 92% of local electors who voted supported the proposal. The Decision Statement published by Leeds City Council on 26 July to make the Alwoodley Neighbourhood Development Plan part of the Leeds Development Plan.

Alwoodley is regarded as one of Britain’s finest inland courses. It was designed by the great Dr Alister MacKenzie. This famed architect left a legacy of classic courses around the world – among them Augusta National, Cypress Point and Royal Melbourne.

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The Common provided a hunting ground for rabbits, hares and wildfowl In addition it supplied the populace with a free supply of fruit, including raspberries, bilberries, cranberries and blackberries as well a ready source of peat for fuel, gorse for kindling, bracken for cattle bedding, ling for roofing material and grazing for sheep.

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Alwoodley Community Association and Social Club - The Avenue - - jpg × ; 56 KB Alwoodley Lane - - jpg × ; 50 KB Arkwright's Fish and Chips - Woodhouse Street - - jpg × ; 35 KBInstance of: civil parish. Alwoodley Primary School.

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Alwoodley Children's Book Festival. 31 likes. Family fun day celebrating the magic of ers: Find properties to buy in The Mount, Alwoodley, Leeds LS17 with the UK's largest data-driven property portal. View our wide selection of houses and flats for sale in The Mount, Alwoodley, Leeds LS Alwoodley’s course runs almost straight out and back, the inward nine being tougher as most of the holes are played into the fresh winds off the Yorkshire Moors.

The north of the course is bordered by Wigton Moor Whin, which is particularly magnificent in autumn when the leaves are turning and rich in colour. InJohn Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Alwoodley like this. ALWOODLEY, a township in Harewood parish, W.

Yorkshire; 4½ miles N of1, Pop. Houses, Alwoodley through time. Alwoodley is now part of Leeds district. Alwoodley. lab r. q deg 21 cooKL!qag ¥1nnooq1gM. Created Date: +.

Title: The tourist's companion, or the history and antiquities of Harewood, in Yorkshire, giving a particular description of Harewood House, Church and Castle, etc. [With a pedigree of the family of Lascelles.] Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom.

It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over Author: John Jewell.Neighbourhood statistics about the location Alwoodley, Leeds, Yorkshire and The Humber.

Crime stats, prices, incomes, resident age and more of Alwoodley! Is Alwoodley the perfect place for you to find a property and live in?Alwoodley, West Riding of Yorkshire Historical description.

Alwoodley, a township in Harewood parish, W.R. Yorkshire, 5j- miles N of Leeds. Acreage, ; population, The Leeds Corporation Water-works have a large reservoir here.