Mickletown is a district within the village of Methley, south of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.

The Leeds Country Way and the Trans Pennine Trail both pass Mickletown.

New housing estate, Mickletown - geograph.org.uk - 1592319
Housing estate in Mickletown

External links

  • "The Ancient Parish of Methley". GENUKI. Retrieved 2007-10-29. Mickletown was in this parish

Coordinates: 53°44′21″N 1°23′41″W / 53.73917°N 1.39472°W

LS postcode area

The LS postcode area, also known as the Leeds postcode area, is a group of postcode districts around Leeds, Wetherby, Tadcaster, Pudsey, Otley and Ilkley in England. Most of the area is within the Leeds Metropolitan district in West Yorkshire, but parts of the area are within City of Bradford, West Yorkshire, and the Harrogate district and Selby districts, North Yorkshire.

Leeds Country Way

The Leeds Country Way is a circular long-distance footpath of 62 miles (99 km) around Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It is never more than 7 miles (11 km) from City Square, Leeds, but is mainly rural with extensive views in the outlying areas of the Leeds metropolitan district. It follows public Rights of Way including footpaths, bridleways and minor lanes, with a few short sections along roads.

List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in West Yorkshire

This is a list of the Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) in West Yorkshire. English Nature, the designating body for SSSIs in England, uses the 1974–1996 county system, and the same approach is followed here, rather than, for example, merging all Yorkshire sites into a single list.

For other counties, see List of SSSIs by Area of Search.

List of churches in the Anglican Diocese of Leeds

The following is a list of churches in the Anglican Diocese of Leeds.

List of places in Leeds

City of Leeds, West Yorkshire is a large city in England that includes several separate towns and villages and many other identifiable areas.

List of places of worship in the City of Leeds

This article lists open, former and demolished places of worship situated within the boundaries of the City of Leeds.

Lower Mickletown

Lower Mickletown is a hamlet in the City of Leeds, in the English county of West Yorkshire. It was named Low Mickletown in the early 20th century and has been known under this name at least until about 1950.Lower Mickletown is served by Arriva Yorkshire buses running between Leeds and Wakefield.


Methley is a dispersed village in the City of Leeds metropolitan borough, south east of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It is located near Rothwell, Oulton, Woodlesford, Mickletown and Allerton Bywater. The Leeds City Ward is called Kippax and Methley. It is within the triangle formed by Leeds, Castleford and Wakefield, and between the confluence of the River Aire and River Calder. The latter is crossed by Methley Bridge, the A639 road, (grid reference SE409258) about a mile south-east of the village.

St Aidan's

St Aidan's is a 400-hectare (990-acre) Country Park between Leeds and Castleford in West Yorkshire, England. The land was formerly an opencast coal mining area that was flooded in 1988, after the riverbank collapsed. Repairs and remediation required its own act in Parliament to allow the necessary works to go ahead. Mining ceased at St Aidan's in 2002.The Country Park opened to the public in May 2013 under the care of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB). However, the car park and visitor centre were subsequently closed in July 2013 due to unresolved land issues. With the successful transfer of St Aidan's to Leeds City Council, a 99-year lease was signed from the council to the RSPB in March 2017. The site is now open and functioning as an RSPB reserve. It is open every day excluding Christmas Day with the visitor centre open from 9am to 5pm February – October and 9am to 4pm November – January.RSPB St Aidan's Nature Park is designed for both people and wildlife and is open for a wide range of activities, from bird watching, cycling and walking to jogging, horse riding and dog walking.

Places adjacent to Mickletown

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