Great Preston

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Great Preston is a small village in the City of Leeds metropolitan borough, West Yorkshire, England. It is situated 8 miles (13 km) south east of Leeds city centre, near to the town of Garforth and the villages of Kippax, Swillington and Little Preston. The village is in the LS26 Leeds postcode area, and forms part of the civil parish of Great and Little Preston, which has a population of 1,449.[1]

Great Preston has one pub, a local cricket and football team, a post office and a village hall. There is now one school that is located at Brigshaw. The church was closed in 1992, and changed into a community centre in 1998. The Working Men's club has also shut down and has been replaced by a snooker club. A fire was discovered at a house on Berry Lane in the late evening of 3rd June 2010 Police are probing suspected arson attack at this Leeds home.

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Coordinates: 53°45′36″N 1°23′17″W / 53.760°N 1.388°W / 53.760; -1.388