Pudsey is a market town near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Once an independent town, it was incorporated into the metropolitan borough of the City of Leeds in 1974, and is located midway between Bradford and Leeds city centre city centres. It has a population of 32,391.
Pudsey constitutes the areas of Fartown, Troydale, Littlemoor, Lowtown, Uppermoor and Chapeltown. There is also the village of Fulneck Moravian Settlement, the district of Stanningley and part of the district of Tyersal.
Pudsey has given its name to"Children in Need Mascot", the mascot of the BBC's annual fundraising marathon ''Children in Need''.  

Why visit?

  • Pudsey is home to a range of restaurants, pubs, and cafes, offering a variety of local and international cuisine. Whether you're looking for a traditional Sunday roast or a modern twist on a classic dish, you'll find something to suit your taste.
  • Pudsey is a historic market town with a rich heritage, and its town centre is full of interesting sights and attractions. From the iconic Pudsey Clock Tower to the Grade II listed Town Hall, there is plenty to explore.
  • Pudsey is home to a vibrant cultural scene, with a range of events and activities taking place throughout the year. From the Pudsey Carnival to the Pudsey Arts Festival, there is something for everyone.