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This is a peaceful park that used to be the garden of a Victorian mansion. It's on the side of the Meanwood Valley, only about three miles from the centre of Leeds, but it feels to be in the open country. A great respite from...More
It is a really lovely place. The landscape is so varied with hidden depths in more ways than one. There is so many paths to explore and although we had a very little time there kids loved it and already requested to go there again...More
Fantastic little gem hidden away in Weetwood.
A national plant collection with loads of paths for you to walk.
Dog friendly and acres to explore.
Currently maintained by fantastic gardener named Frank.
Also the volunteers "Friends of the Hollies"
who meet once a month who...More
This is one of the quieter parts of Leeds. It is ideal for a summer or autumn stroll with many natural plants to enjoy. Only small...but it descends to the bigger Meanwood Trail. A nice place to sit, read, talk... share a private moment or...More
Lovely, beautiful park in the outskirts of Leeds, perfect for a run, or for a walk, if you prefer. I went for a jog on a beautiful day and I enjoyed it a lot! Really nice area, surrounded by lots of trees and nature, and...More
Some lovely strolls in this park (Meanwood Park) on well kept paths through extensive woodlands, past streams and a small pond. Also includes a Special collection garden of Deutzch and Philadelphus. There's a cafe and tennis courts in the park, a children's playground and a...More