The Far Headingley Village Society is dedicated to “the conservation and improvement of the area for the benefit of the inhabitants and all who make use of its amenities.” Founded in 1971 to challenge the City Council's proposal to demolish over 60 'unfit dwellings' the Society has since successfully argued for the designation of a Conservation Area to protect the atmosphere of what is still, at its heart, an urban village. Read more on our history.
The Society continues to be active in many aspects of local life; join us in helping to improve an historic part of Leeds. Anyone with the interests of Far Headingley at heart, whether resident locally or not, is welcome to join. The annual subscription is £1. Please contact the Membership Secretary Sue Hall on (0113) 278-5319.