(Roundhay Park), West Yorkshire
A city in Yorkshire, England. Hartley, Greens & Co. established a well-known pottery there in the latter 18th century, also known as Leeds Pottery. Many other potteries were situated nearby, often producing similar wares to those produced at the Leeds Pottery, sometimes even as subcontractors. The manufacture of creamware and pearlware utilitarian and decorative earthenwares there continued, in one way or another, into the 20th century. Reproductions of 18th century objects were made from the original block molds into the 1920's by the Senior family, marked with the original impressed backstamp. The work of the original company is highly regarded, particularly ornamental creamware.
a city on the River Aire in West Yorkshire in northern England; a center of the clothing industry
Leeds was a federal electoral district represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1904 to 1979. It was located in the province of Ontario. This riding was first created in 1903 from parts of Leeds North and Grenville North and Leeds South ridings.
HMP Leeds is a large prison located in Armley approximately two miles from the centre of Leeds, West Yorkshire. Although known locally as 'Armley Gaol', the correct name for the prison is HMP Leeds.
Leeds was a former constituency used to elect Members of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1832 until the Parliamentary borough was split into divisions in 1885.
Leeds is a major city in West Yorkshire, England. It is located on the River Aire and is the urban core of the City of Leeds metropolitan borough.