Farnley Hall and park, Leeds :: Shared Description

The hall was originally the country house of Sir Thomas Danby, first Mayor of Leeds, built 1586. It was altered in the 19th and 20th centuries by the Armitage family, and is listed grade II (list entry 1256104). Since 1945 it has been owned by Leeds City Council, and used as offices. The grounds covering 16 hectares of grassland and woodland are what is left of a Norman deer park, now a public park including sports pitches and children's playground.
by Stephen Craven
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SE2432 : Front of Farnley Hall by Stephen Craven
SE2432 : Playground sign in Farnley Hall Park by Stephen Craven
SE2432 : Former carriage drive in Farnley Hall Park by Stephen Craven
SE2432 : Outlier tree in Farnley Hall Park by Stephen Craven
SE2431 : Footpath and bridleway in Farnley Hall Park by Stephen Craven
SE2432 : Prohibition notice in Farnley Hall Park by Stephen Craven
SE2432 : Cedar tree in Farnley Hall Park by Stephen Craven
SE2432 : Modern drive to Farnley Hall, and car park by Stephen Craven
SE2432 : Ha-ha in Farnley Hall Park by Stephen Craven
SE2431 : Lime avenue in Farnley Hall Park by Stephen Craven
SE2432 : Rose bed in Farnley Hall Park by Stephen Craven
SE2432 : East side of Farnley Hall by Stephen Craven
SE2431 : Southern entrance to Farnley Hall by Stephen Craven


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Created: Sun, 13 Sep 2020, Updated: Sun, 13 Sep 2020

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