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Senior Dating Morley

Morley is a market town and civil parish within the metropolitan borough of the City of Leeds, in West Yorkshire, England. It lies approximately 5 miles (8 km) south-west of Leeds city centre. Together with Drighlington, Gildersome, Churwell, Tingley and East/West Ardsley, the town had a population of 47,579 in the 2001 census. The civil parish had a population of 27,738.

The town is built on seven hills, like Rome: Scatcherd Hill, Dawson Hill, Daisy Hill, Chapel Hill, Hunger Hill, Troy Hill and Banks Hill.

Morley Town Hall is sometimes used for music recordings, due to its excellent acoustics. It has also been used in television shows Heartbeat and Emmerdale, owing to there being a disused magistrates court inside the building and a cobblestoned street to one side. It also hosts concerts by local schools and performances by the Morley Amateur Operatic Society, whose pantomimes have taken place at the Alexandra Hall for many years. Following a controversial speech at Morley Town Hall in 2004, BNP leader Nick Griffin was tried on suspicion of incitement to racial hatred. All charges were subsequently dropped.

The town is perhaps most notable as the home of Orbit - one of the U.K's foremost clubs, which hosted the worlds biggest techno, trance and hard house DJs. During the late nineties, the club became a mecca of Northern rave culture. Following its sudden closure in July 2003, the site now houses a restaurant.

Three secondary schools serve pupils from Morley: Morley High School (formerly Morley Grammar), Bruntcliffe High School and Woodkirk High School (technically in West Ardsley but has a large proportion of students from Morley due to its catchment area). The Joseph Priestley College offers Further Education at numerous sites in the town.

Morley railway station is half a mile from the town centre.

There are three main supermarkets in Morley, a Morrisons in the town centre, an Asda to the south side of Morley and a Sainsbury's at the White Rose Centre which lies on the outskirts of Morley, towards Middleton.

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