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History of Bradford

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‘Broad Ford’, later known as Bradford, was first settled in Saxon times and by the Middle Ages had become a small town centered on Kirkgate, Westgate and Ivegate. In the 19th Century, Bradford was a small market town of 16,000 people, wool spinning and cloth weaving was done in local cottages and farms. It was …

Be a part of Bradford and visit the Wells.

Bradford Town Hall reflected in the new mirror pool in the city park. Built in 2011 at a cost of over £24 million, it is hoped that the city park will attract extra tourists into the city centre.

For over 10 years Bradford city centre was dominated by a huge hole known as the Wastefield, where the new shopping centre was planned to be. Credit crunches and budget cuts were to blame, symbolising the state of Britain at the time. However, a brand new era has descended on Bradford with the regeneration of …

Bradford’s Top Curry Houses

There are very good reasons why Bradford has remained the official Curry Capital of Britain for an impressive six years in a row. It’s home to Aakash the worlds largest Indian restaurant, hosts regular events such as poppadom eating contests, The Great Curry Quiz and even the World Curry Festival. There are even charitable events and projects …

5 of Bradford’s Hidden Gems

New arrivals to Bradford can find some hidden gem’s, if they only look beyond the boundaries of the city centre. The National Museum of Science and Media is a fantastic space dedicated to the history of science, light and sound technologies and how these impact on our every day lives. It’s free to visit, so needn’t …

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