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Farnley Hall Park

Farnley Hall Park is four miles west of Leeds city centre and approximately 16 hectares in area. It is part of the West Leeds Country Park and Green Gateways.


Farnley Hall Park
Hall Lane
LS12 5HA


The park’s main feature is the listed building Farnley Hall which is the base for Leeds City Council's Parks and Countryside Service Head Office.

The park grounds are open to the public 365 days a year. The majority of the park is made up of large open grassland which is very popular with local dog walkers and young children. Other features of the park include a new children’s play area, formal gardens, three cricket wickets, woodland areas, flowerbeds, car park and bridleway.

Another historical feature in the park is a Ha Ha which runs from the car park to the front of the hall.

Farnley Pond makes up part of the park which lies to the west of the park opposite the main entrance and across Hall Lane.
The park is accessible to all and most footpaths are suitable for the majority of manual and electric wheelchairs.

Useful contacts:

Parks and Countryside Head Office, Farnley Hall Park – tel: 0113 395 7400, fax: 0113 395 7401
ParksWatch (24 hour helpline) – tel: 0113 232 9973
Dog wardens – tel: 0113 222 4407
Parks email address -  parks@leeds.gov.uk

Please note that the Parks and Countryside's Head Office main reception telephone number 0113 3957400 is staffed from 8.00am - 4.30pm Monday to Thursday and 8.00am - 4.00pm on a Friday. Outside of these hours you can leave a message on the answerphone.