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PRACTICE LOCATION
We are located on the left of the one-way road Blenheim Walk (this runs parallel to Woodhouse Lane, which is where the Parkinson Building is located)

Our address is:

Leeds Student Medical Practice
4 Blenheim Court
Blenheim Walk
Leeds LS2 9AE

For detailed advice on reaching us by car, bus, train, foot, from other parts of the City, or from the Motorway network, view the University of Leeds 'Getting Here' web page which will guide you to the Parkinson Building, and once there use our visual map below to get to our practice

Alternatively you can to download a Download Word file Word or Download Adobe PDF file PDF page giving you the same information

You may also find it useful to view our Pictures page, to help you recognise our building and the University's Parkinson Building

Patients should note that we have limited car parking which must only be used whilst you are visiting the practice. When our car park is full there is a multi-storey car park further down Blenheim Walk. Parking on the roads and streets around the practice is not advised as it is mainly residents only parking, and is regularly monitored by traffic wardens. We do have bicycle racks, these are located close to the pedestrian entrance gates


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You can use this Govermnent web site TransportDirect .info to get directions to our building by bus car or train (this is an intelligent link which knows your destination is here). Once the site opens simply enter YOUR location, and click Next. Then choose your preferred travel method and click Details for a comprehensive travel schedule

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PRACTICE AREA
You may register with us if you are; a University student, (or their partner or child), AND live in University Accommodation in Leeds OR private accommodation in postal areas LS1 to LS7 or LS16 South of the Ring Road. The map below shows our practice area boundary. If in doubt contact Reception

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Link to: University of Leeds Campus Map
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Picture of Leeds Civic HallSo, what's Leeds got to offer you for the social side of your time at University?
We have some fantastic bars and night-clubs, covering every musical genre, able to give you a great night's entertainment, right through to 8am if you have the energy!
During the summer months the Millennium Square area takes on a Mediterranean feel as the people of Leeds relax and socialise in the courtyards which link the bars in this area. Millennium Square is also the venue for regular weekend musical concerts, art displays, and annual events like the German Market, and the outdoor ice rink (pictured)
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Picture of Clarendon StreetLeisure activities
The City also has a wide range of sports and leisure facilities, there are many cinemas (including two multiplex), ten pin bowling alleys, excellent sports facilities including sports centres, running tracks, and Leeds' International Swimming Pool
We are home to Yorkshire Cricket at Headingley Cricket Ground, next to which is the rugby ground, home to Leeds Rhinos, and of course Elland Road Stadium, home to Leeds United Football Club. There are dozens of parks in Leeds, many of which incorporate challenging pay-and-play municipal golf courses. Hyde Park close to the University has a very popular skate park. On the cultural side, Leeds has many excellent free-to-enter museums and art galleries including the world famous Royal Armouries, and the Henry Moore Institute (pictured)
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Picture of me in the Lake DistrictThe great outdoors
Almscliffe crags located midway between Otley and Harrogate is a famous venue for rock climbing and scrambling, with plenty of difficult bouldering problems. This is where Chris Bonnington first climbed as a youngster. For more advanced climbing, or simply sight-seeing there is the famous Cow and Calf Rocks at Ilkley
A thirty minute car ride out of Leeds to Stainburn Forest gives you one of the World's toughest mountain bike trails, created in 2006 with a £37,000 grant (visit www.singletraction.org.uk for details and 'how to get there'). Leeds provides easy access to the Dales, and travel a little further to get into the Lakes (pictured), Kendal being a good base from which to spend a weekend's hiking. Leeds and the surrounding areas are favoured locations for numerous Yorkshire Television programs including Emmerdale, Heartbeat, and Frost

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Picture of Millennium SquareShopping
Leeds is virtually unbeatable as a shopping venue, all the big names are here in abundance, including Harvey Nichols - no Harrods yet though! The Victoria Quarter and surrounding arcades offer impressively housed individual boutiques and cafes. Nearby, the Corn Exchange offers a great variety of designer shops in an unusual setting
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