Getting to Chapel FM
The address is Chapel FM, Old Seacroft Chapel, York Road, Leeds, LS14 6JB (you will find us on google maps etc) and is set back from the main road down a short driveway. Tel: 0113 22 55 944.
How to get there…
From Central Leeds take the New York Road (A64), becoming York Road (A65) towards York. Remain on the York Road, taking a left shortly before the roundabout where it meets the A6120. 100 metres past the left turning to South Parkway you should see a driveway on your left leading to the Chapel (just past the Best-One corner shop). There is limited parking at the Chapel Please park on the York Road outside the Chapel; by the village green or at Tescos car park. If you are using a satnav and it demands a house number—use 1081 York Road (it’s a very long road!)
On Foot or By Bike
The Chapel is just 5 minutes walk or less by bike from the Seacroft Centre and Bus Station. If you are facing Tescos you go to the left down York Road. Continue past the village green, the village hall and a big church on your right. Take the turning on your right just before the Best-One corner shop – you will see the Chapel ahead of you. We have a bike rack in front of the Chapel.
There are frequent buses to Seacroft Bus Station from Leeds City Centre – the 4 and 16 are the best ones and run every 10 minutes (and the 4 actually goes right past the Chapel—get off at the Village Green). If you are coming from Leeds the bus runs from stop T2 on Boar Lane directly in front of Trinity Church and Trinity Shopping Centre (2 minutes walk from the central station) and takes 25 minutes to get to the Chapel.
From Leeds main train station, you can take the No. 4 bus (see above) or you can take the train from Leeds to Cross Gates (a 6 minute journey and the train runs twice an hour—generally at 25 and 52 minutes past the hour). You can then walk from Cross Gates station to the Chapel (20 minute walk) or you can take the No. 9 bus from the stop on Station Road opposite the Shopping Centre (it only takes 5 minutes but only runs once an hour)