Most of Farsley’s amenities are situated on or around Town Street. There is a Co-operative Group convenience store, a post office, bookmakers, several independent retailers as well as four pubs and a wine bar. Throstle Nest football ground also has facilities open to the general public. There are also several junior schools in Farsley, as well as further schools in neighbouring Pudsey. Nearby Pudsey offers a wider range of amenities, which many Farsley residents take advantage of. The nearest large supermarket is Asda at the Owlcotes Centre in Stanningley, there is also a Marks and Spencers.
There are now only 4 of the previous 11 pubs left in the town though a recent addition is a “wine bar” aptly called ‘The Village’ Bar & Bistro which is located on Town Street. ‘The Fleece’ at the bottom of Town Street was the second pub purchased by Joshua Tetley’s & Son the Leeds Brewer, and the first outside of the brewer’s grounds.
The Estate Agents in Farsley say there is an active property market here, due to the area being a vibrant and diverse part of the country.