Useful locations in and around Bardsey:
Leeds Bradford airport is approximately 25 minutes drive away from the village. For flight details telephone 0113 2509696.
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.
A cross country bus service number 923 operates on a selective timetable between Wetherby and Menston passing through Bardsey, Wike, Harewood, Arthington, Pool in Wharfedale and Otley.
Timetable details may be viewed by clicking on the following link: https://www.wymetro.com/bus-timetables
A children’s playground is located in the corner of the sports field in Keswick Lane, where the usual array of slides and swings may be enjoyed by the young.
The closest Doctors Surgery to Bardsey is that of Doctors Jacqueline Knight and Stephen Edwards which is located both at Harewood and Wetherby. They may be contacted for an appointment on 0113 2886210 at Harewood and 01937 585669 at Wetherby. Pharmacies are attached to the surgeries.
Additionally the Church View Surgery of Dr Lightfoot and Partners is located at nearby Collingham. A pharmacy is also located within this surgery. Contact 0844 4778609 for further details.
Help with heating for the vulnerable
The Home Improvement Agency for Leeds, providing a wide range of services to help older people, disabled people and people on low incomes to live in safe, warm, secure, well maintained and adapted homes.
PROMOTING INDEPENDENT LIVING & CHOICE 323 Roundhay Road, Leeds LS8 4HT
Telephone: (0113) 240 6009
Fax: (0113) 249 3349
Warm Homes Healthy People Funding
Leeds City Council has received some new funding from the Department of Health to improve heating in the homes of vulnerable people.
Care & Repair Leeds will be carrying out free repairs and improvements to heating systems under this scheme. This work will include repairs to gas or electric fires, repairs to boilers, fitting thermostatic valves, servicing systems and providing emergency heaters. It will be targeted on vulnerable people who live in their own homes or privately rented accommodation. There are no age or income restrictions.
The work will be carried out by heating engineers who are on our Contractors Register, which is strictly controlled for value for money, quality of work and customer satisfaction.
Referrals can be made by telephone directly to our Home Repairs Service on 0113 2009165; or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org , giving name, address and telephone of the person and the type of work required. We will then contact them to discuss the situation and arrange for a heating engineer to go out.
All of our clients are offered access to any of our services, which are described on our web site www.care-repair-leeds.org.uk., and all receive client satisfaction forms to complete.
Care & Repair Leeds
The nearest is St James’ Teaching Hospital Leeds. Telephone no. 0113 243 3144.
There is no Post office in the village, with the closest in the nearby East Keswick on Moor Lane.
Nearest railway stations are at Leeds, York and Harrogate. Details of services may be obtained by telephoning 0845 748 4950 or going online to www.thetrainline.com
In most areas of the village, a regime of black, green and brown wheelie bin collections are in place operated by Leeds City Council. The remaining areas are served by a collection of bin bags. For those who also need to dispose of larger collections a modern categorised refuse collection facility may be used at Thorp Arch Trading Estate to the East of Wetherby via Walton Road
There are three caravan sites within the village Glenfield, Haighfield and Moor Lodge on Blackmoor Lane. These contain mobile homes and space for tourers.