Be the number one advertiser in this Area By Placing Your Advertisement Here.
Garforth Advertising Pages
A limited number of free advertisements are available.
Only Advertisements Of Acceptable Moral Standard Will Be Published
Phone Ads Garforth Free On 0800 8818103
Local Advertising All UK Towns
Your Ads Here
FREE PHONE ADS Garforth
0800 881 8103
FREE PHONE ADS GARFORTH
0800 881 8103
LOCAL ADVERTISING GARFORTH
ADVERTISE GARFORTH Acknowledge Wikipedia for the following information
Garforth is a town within the City of Leeds metropolitan borough, in West Yorkshire, England. The 2001 Census lists 23,892 residents in the Garforth and Swillington ward - 80.57% of which are homeowners, 20% more than the average for Leeds. Garforth itself has around 15,000 of those people, and is the largest centre of population in the parliamentary constituency of Elmet. However, Elmet will cease to exist at the next General Election, and will be incorporated into the new constituency of Elmet and Rothwell. It owes its size to expansion in the 17th and 18th centuries during which the local land-owning Gascoigne family ran several coalmines in the area. The surrounding settlements of Micklefield, Kippax, Swillington, Methley and Allerton Bywater are all villages that prospered and grew as a result of the coal industry. Nowadays manufacturing and motor-vehicle repair account for more than a third of the workforce in the area. More recent expansion can also be traced to a combination of overall economic success in Leeds, and the fact that Garforth is well served by transport links. The A1 and M1 are minutes away, and both have recently been linked by an extension of the M1 which passes to the West and North of the town, with two nearby access points at Junctions 46 and 47. The M1 extension has led to rapid development of commercial, light industrial and residential sites clustered around Junctions 46 and 47. There are two railway stations, Garforth and East Garforth, both on the mainline route between Leeds, York, and North Eastern England to Scotland, and between Leeds, Selby and Hull and the Yorkshire coastal resorts. Effectively, people can commute to, or visit, a wide variety of destinations quite easily, and still live in a self-contained township surrounded by open countryside, woodlands and rural villages. Some famous residents and ex-residents of Garforth include, Rachel Cairns, Chris Silverwood, Dave Seaman and Andrew White, of the Kaiser Chiefs. The town was also the birthplace, of Second World War hero, Sir Augustus Walker of the Royal Air Force.
Notes From CAP Code Of Advertising Practice
All marketing communications should be legal, decent, honest and truthful. 2 All marketing communications should be prepared with a sense of responsibility to consumers and to society. 3 All marketing communications should respect the principles of fair competition generally accepted in business .4 No marketing communication should bring advertising into disrepute.