We live in the Foxhills in North West Leeds.  It's a very green and quiet area, and we back on to a large park which makes it excellent for the cats.  We are visited occasionally by foxes, but the rabbits tend to stay in the park - unless it's springtime and Sam is in a hunting mood!  The squirrels are getting much braver, and venture on to the deck around the house.  The moles are most definitely not welcome!
The Foxhill Residents' Association was formed in 1990 after a small group of residents had come together to oppose property developments that would have changed the character of the area.
Nearby, Foxhill house was built in 1861 as the home of the Tetley Family.  Although the parkland of the estate began to be sold off to developers in 1936, members of the family continued to live in the house until after the Second World War.  The house then passed briefly to the University of Leeds for accommodation, before becoming at various times a gambling house, restaurant and currently Moorlands School