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Our Opinion

 

A vibrant, affluent capital, New and refurbished theatres, shopping malls, hotels, galleries and cafe bars rub shoulders with stylish offices and award-winning architecture, A trendy venue for your ceremony.

 
   

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Leeds has even transformed its once neglected Waterfront into a chic dining quarter and thriving visitor attraction, fashioned city apartments from former grain mills and built the country's largest regional theatre. Its modern style and traditional beauty continue to delight and astonish many visitors, but to those who have known and loved Leeds over the years, its appeal is far from surprising.

Leeds' claim to be a cosmopolitan city is no idle boast: shoppers can relax at street cafes; what is believed to be Britain's first city centre boules court which will feature three life-size figures from the Sculpture Studio has been opened here; the range of eating places means there is cuisine from all over the world, with several award-winning restaurants. International events on the Leeds calendar cover a wide range of sport and musical entertainment.

 
   

Featured Venues

 

Take your venue to a different height; choose from elegant 17th Century Manors to the stylish Spenfield House, banqueting centres to international hotels or even sample the Headingley Experience.

Merrion Hotel In the Heart of Leeds, The Merrion is ideally located with the M62 and M1 just minutes away and Leeds City station a ten-minute walk. The hotel has a lively atmosphere which is complimented by its position close to the Millenium Square and Town Hall. Show me more

National Trust. Browse our new National Trust page and see if there is a suitable venue near you for your ceremony and celebration, more

 
   

Gay Scene

 

It's a great little city with a busy gay scene. Bar Fibre and Queens Court on Lower Briggate are the two most popular venues. Even though the gay scene in Leeds might not be in the same league as its pinker neighbour Manchester, or even Brighton, but a "Gay Village" is starting to emerge out of a friendly, growing gay scene.

There's also Hyde Out, Yorkshire¹s largest lesbian, gay and bisexual event which has been running successfully now for five years. With the way things are developing, Leeds should soon be able to offer a large variety of venues and nights from blossoming gay village!

 
   
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