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Tyersal is a village 2 miles (3 km) east of Bradford and 8 miles (13 km) west of Leeds and has a population of 2,605 according to Bradford Community Statistics Project. Despite being shown as a Bradford area Tyersal is actually in the Pudsey ward of Leeds Metropolitan Council.
Tyersal joined Bradford in 1882 and part of it became part of the Leeds metropolitan district in 1974.
On Tyersal Road there are six shops, including a Newsagents, Pharmacy, Sandwich shop, mortgage brokers and a Takeaway.
Currently there is the 630 service, operated by First Bradford, which terminates at the top. Service 508 from Leeds to Halifax operated also by First Bradford, is half-hourly along Dick Lane at the bottom of Tyersal. Previously, service 66 (operated by First Leeds and then Centrebus) provided buses to Leeds and back (there were four services daily), although 2010 saw this service withdrawn, and now service 508 is the only remaining bus to Leeds.
New Pudsey railway station is around two and a half miles north east of the village by road, where services are operated by Northern to Manchester Victoria, Blackpool North, Wakefield Westgate, York and Selby.
Pubs and clubs
- Tyersal Residents Association Community Centre
- The Quarry Gap public house (Now Quarry Cafe)
- Tyersal Park Bowling Club
Crown Green bowling club plays in the Bradford Crown Green Bowling Association.