Morley is a market town and civil parishes in England within the metropolitan borough of the City of Leeds, in West Yorkshire, England. It lies approximately south-west of Leeds city centre. Together with Drighlington, Gildersome, Churwell, Tingley and East Ardsley/West Ardsley, the town had a population of 47,579 in the 2001 census.
 
The town is built on seven hills, like Rome: Scatcherd Hill, Dawson Hill, Daisy Hill, Chapel Hill, Hunger Hill, Troy Hill and Banks Hill.
 

Why visit?

  • Morley is a historic market town with a rich heritage, and its town centre is full of interesting sights and attractions. From the Grade II listed Morley Town Hall to the Morley Clock Tower, there are plenty of interesting buildings to explore.
  • Morley is surrounded by beautiful countryside, with plenty of parks and green spaces to explore. The nearby Middleton Park is a great place to take a stroll and enjoy the fresh air.
  • Morley is home to a vibrant cultural scene, with a range of events and activities taking place throughout the year. From the Morley Festival to the Morley Literature Festival, there's something for everyone to enjoy.