The village of Arthington sits in the heart of Lower Wharfedale to the North of Leeds.  The village has an ancient history and is thought to have been mentioned in the Doomsday Book and during the middle ages was the home of an order of Cluniac Nuns.

Modern Arthington is a quiet village with a friendly community.  There are a number of short walks around the village and for more serious walkers the Ebor way passes through the hills that form the southern boundary to the parish.

Arthington has it's own village green and village hall which are regularly used by locals for social events and community activities.  You can find out more about these by looking at their dedicated pages elsewhere on this site.








Views Around the Parish
Arthington In Pictures
A view over West Arthington