Leeds (disambiguation)

Leeds is a city in West Yorkshire, England. It may also refer to:

Places

In England:
* Based on Leeds, West Yorkshire:
**Leeds (UK Parliament constituency) (1832-1885)
**Leeds (European Parliament constituency) (1979-1999)
*Leeds, Kent, a village near Maidstone, Kent
**Leeds Castle, a castle near Leeds, Kent

In the United States:
*Leeds, Alabama, a city
*Leeds, Maine, a town
*Leeds, Massachusetts, a village within Northampton, Massachusetts
*Leeds Township, Minnesota,
*Leeds, New York, a hamlet
*Leeds, North Dakota, a city
*Leeds, Utah, a town
*Leeds, Wisconsin, a town

In Canada:
*Leeds and Grenville United Counties, Ontario
*Saint-Jacques-de-Leeds, Quebec, municipality in Quebec

port

*Leeds United A.F.C. football
*Leeds City F.C. football club that existed between 1904 and 1919
*Leeds United L.F.C., women's football club affiliated with Leeds United
*Leeds Carnegie rugby union
*Leeds Rhinos rugby league
*Leeds City Vixens L.F.C.

Education

*University of Leeds
*Leeds Metropolitan University
*Leeds College of Art and Design
*Leeds College of Music
*Leeds College of Technology
*Leeds School of Business

Business

*Leeds Building Society, previously Leeds and Holbeck Building Society
*Leeds Permanent Building Society since 1995 part of Halifax (bank)
*Leed's Promotional Products
*Leeds Talk-O-Phone, a record label

Music

Live at Leeds, an album by The Who

Prison

* Leeds (HM Prison), prison in Leeds, West Yorkshire

ee also

* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Prefixindex/Leeds List of Wikipedia articles starting with "Leeds"]


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