Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Half term fun at Bradford Libraries

This half term Bradford libraries are offering free interactive drama sessions for children. The sessions will be led by Pyjama Drama, a local drama franchise,...

MP Judith Cummins congratulates Bradford City of Film in parliament

Bradford South MP Judith Cummins has congratulated Bradford City of Film in Parliament on their tenth anniversary as a UNESCO City of Film. Speaking in...

‘Wonders of winter’ to be explored on a wildlife walk

The 'Wonders of Winter' will be explored on a walk organised by Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and Bradford Council's Countryside and Rights of Way team. The...

Creative writing workshops for children during half-term

Four creative writing workshops for children will be held during the February half-term holidays in Bradford Libraries. The free Explore Learning workshops have been designed...

Car & Curry Combine for The Second Annual Bradford Curry Awards

Bradford's second annual Curry Awards is underway with nominations now live for the public to vote for their favourites in 9 categories. Bradford Curry Awards...

Barbara Dickson to perform in the newly refurbished St George’s Hall

As a multi-million selling recording artist with an equally impressive Olivier Award winning acting career, Barbara Dickson OBE has long since cemented her status...

Tree planting marks the start of Hard Ings Road Improvement Scheme

Initial preparatory work on the £10.3m Hard Ings Road Improvement Scheme in Keighley has started. Around 60 trees are currently being planted on behalf of...

International show Spirit of the Dance to come to St George’s Hall

The International smash hit Spirit of the Dance celebrates its record-breaking 20 year anniversary as one of the most successful dance shows ever. The...

New Bradford visitor guides launched

Visitors and residents alike can find out how to get the most out of the tourist attractions and the opportunities for days out in...

NSPCC and West Yorskshire Police urge parents to have online safety chats with children

The NSPCC and West Yorkshire Police are urging parents across the county to take just five minutes to have an online safety chat with...