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Meanwood is a suburb and former village of north-west Leeds. There are a number of 19th-century industrial buildings in Meanwood Valley along the Meanwood Beck, and 19th-century terraced housing on the valley side leading to Headingley, Weetwood and Woodhouse, along with an area of woodland known locally as The Ridge.

New estates have been built with grand, suburban housing, the Woodleas, the Stonegates and the Bowoods. 20th-century council housing mixed with open space forms the opposite side of the valley leading up to Scott Hall.  It is also home to Meanwood Valley Urban Farm - a network of woodland and field foodpaths connect the estate to Potternewton Lane, Buslingthorpe Lane and Woodhouse Ridge. Meanwood Park, in the north of the area, is approximately 29 hectares (72 acres), and has large open areas and mature trees. Meanwood Beck runs through it, crossed by many small footbridges.

For further information on the area, please see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meanwood