Westroyd Park field and trees

Westroyd Park

A beautiful green gem with a mix of recreational and music events for all the community to enjoy.

Westroyd Park House

Westroyd Park is a green gem in the centre of Farsley. Enjoy the the beauty of the gardens; strike a ball on the tennis courts; or listen to a brass band on the weekend.

Location Details

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  • Westroyd Park flowers
  • Westroyd Park football goal
  • Westroyd Park tennis courts
  • Westroyd Park path
  • Westroyd Park flowers
  • Westroyd Park flowers
  • Westroyd Park flowers
  • Westroyd Park field
  • Westroyd Park football pitch and benches
  • Westroyd Park path and benches
  • Westroyd Park
  • Westroyd Park house
  • Westroyd Park memorial
  • Westroyd Park sign
  • Westroyd Park flowers

Things to Note

Westroyd Park has the following on-site or nearby:

  • Dog Waste Bins
  • Nearby Food & Drink
  • Nearby Parking
  • Nearby Toilets
  • Pushchair Access
  • Wheelchair Access


Farsley is a town 6-miles to the west of Leeds city and 4-miles east of Bradford. Farsley Neighbours Pudsey.

Things to Do

There’s lots to choose from to do at Westroyd Park, here’s some of the best bits:

Dog Walking

The green open fields of Westroyd Park are popular with lots of dog walkers. You’ve got enough space to let the dog off the lead here.


This running route takes in four green spaces in Farsley. Starting in Stanningley you’ll stride your way onto Bramley and Newlands Park before finishing in Westroyd. As your visiting Westroyd why not reverse the route – it’s all footpath based and easy to follow. Checkout the full route over at Run Leeds.


UK Outdoor Fitness are smashing it with a series of boot camps in Westroyd Park throughout the week. Classes are on Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays. It’s a great way to start and finish your week. For all the details for the Westroyd Park sessions head to UK Outdoor Fitness.


There are two tennis courts in Westroyd Park that are free to use. Bring your own rackets and balls.

Do I need to book a tennis court?

It’s free to use the tennis court but you will need to book a court space on the LTA clubspark website.


Westroyd Park has a youth sized football pitch that’s big enough to host a 9-a-side football match. It’s free to use but we recommend contacting Leeds City Council to officially book the pitch.

Bowling Green

Westroyd Park has a good bowling green with extremely friendly members. If you want to experience this classic game head to the park to have a go.


The park playground is a good one at Westroyd Park. It comes with slides, swings, a roundabout and a decent climbing frame.

Farsley Art Club

Tucked away in the grounds of Westroyd Park next to Westroyd House is the Farsley Art Club. In this single story building you can enjoy art workshops and exhibitions all year round. Checkout what’s on over at the Farsley Art Club website.


The two large grass areas are decked out with numerous gorgeous rose and seasonal flower beds. And there’s even a few exotic shrubs in the mix. A perfect place to take a peaceful moment out in your day.

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Bands in the Park

Leeds City Council still love an outdoor band in the park. This tradition has been going since the Victorian days. Concerts usually run on a weekend in the afternoon. Bring some chairs and a picnic and you can kick back to some music. Leeds Concert band are playing on Sunday 8 August in Westroyd Park. Keep an eye on West Leeds Dispatch for the latest event info.

Easter Hunts

Farsley Festival have been putting on some of the best Easter Hunts for the children of Farsley in recent years. At Westroyd Park you can join the hunt. As it’s seasonal we recommend you keep an eye on Farsley Festival website for the next one!


West Royd House

Westroyd House stands majestically in the park and has been since the mid-1800s. In the Second World War it had many different uses. From a fire station to an ambulance station and finally to a museum which is fitting for this Grade-II listed building.


The nearest toilet can be found at one of the cafes and restaurants on Bradford Road to the southern end of the park.

Food and Drink


Westroyd Park is a gem of a place for a picnic. If the weathers warm why not stay in the park for a bite to eat and do it DiY. There are several benches dotted around the park perfect for a break from the world.


If you want to be looked after and served up some grub then we’ve got a few local restaurant choices to check out. The Olive & Feta eatery to the north of the park specializes in both Italian and Turkish food. A fine spread of distinctively Mediterranean inspired food.

Viet-Thai Cuisine is your pick for fresh Thai and Vietnamese cuisine with the bonus of bringing your own booze. Find this intimate restaurant on Bradford Road at the bottom end of the park.


Park for free on the residential road of Newlands. Postcode LS28 5BQ (Google Map Directions)


The park is pushchair and disability chair accessible. In wet weather bring those wellies as the grass can get pretty spongey.

How to Get To Westroyd Park

Google Map Directions


Train to New Pudsey from Leeds station. With a gentle 15-minute walk to West Royd Park to finish.


The 72 Pulse bus from the civic quarter in Leeds City stops on Bradford Road a few streets below the bottom end of Westroyd Park. The journey will take you under 40-minutes without any disruption.


An average time for a taxi is 20-minutes on the fayre.

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