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Garforth Town A.F.C.

Garforth Town Association Football Club is a football club based in Garforth, West Yorkshire, England. They are currently members of the Northern Counties East League Premier Division and play at Wheatley Park.


See also People named Garforth. Garforth is a village within the City of Leeds metropolitan borough, in West Yorkshire, England.

Garforth railway station
Garforth railway station

Garforth railway station serves the town of Garforth, near Leeds in West Yorkshire, England. It is one of the two stations in Garforth the other being East Garforth which is situated about 0.5 miles east from the main station.

Garforth Academy
Garforth Academy

Garforth Academy is a secondary school and sixth form for pupils aged 11–18 and is located on Lidgett Lane (B6137) in Garforth, West Yorkshire, England. The school been awarded the Artsmark (2002), Investors in People Award, (2003), Schools Achievement Award, (2003), Education Extra award, (2001), Sportsmark, (2002) and Beacon School status (2003), and OFSTED described the school in 2010 (before it changed to academy status) as an "outstanding school".

Garforth Arts Festival

The Garforth Arts Festival is an annual arts festival that takes place in Garforth, Leeds, England. The events take place over a two-week period in June and July, ending with a full-day ‘Playground Party’ on the final Saturday.

Garforth (name)

People named Garforth include: Andrew Garforth Darren Garforth , rugby player Charles Ernest Garforth VC (23 October 1891 – 1 July 1973) John Garforth, novelist William and his father Edmund Garforth, of Garforth House in York and Wiganthorpe Hall in Terrington (both houses which John Carr (architect) worked on.

Castleford–Garforth line

The Castleford–Garforth line was a single-track railway line in West Yorkshire, England, connecting Castleford with Garforth east of Leeds.

The Thin Blue Line (TV series)

The Thin Blue Line is a British sitcom starring Rowan Atkinson and written by Ben Elton. It aired on the BBC from 1995 to 1996.

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