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David Oxtaby Jul 30
is getting a lot of bad press at the moment, and yes it has its problems like any big city. But, there are also some beautiful places like these!
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Nige Hall Jul 30
Anybody want to give us a clue what you consider to be ? It's a very big district 👍
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Bacon Bantam Jul 30
In a nutshell, Tomorrow I am allowed to go to work in an office with member of different households, but I can't take my daughter to my mum and dads house for childcare, therefore I can't go to work tomorrow. And I find this out at 10pm.
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Sofia Buncy Jul 30
Lockdown tightened on the Eve of Eid in and other northern towns. Absolutely no words for those of us trying to manage & deliver consistent community messages & community & faith services. The inadequecy & conflicting guodance is just exhausting
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Wayne McManus Jul 30
On 1 July, had an infection rate of over 51 per 100,00 population. It is now hovering between 45-48 & we get . Funnily enough, Eid will be celebrated this weekend by many in Bradford and in Greater Manchester. Coincidence??? Boris hates Northerners
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Andy Brown Jul 16
They just don’t understand the north do they. York is a crowded small city doing pretty well. has huge swathes of buildings crying out for redevelopment. Why not move Parliament there during refurbishment?
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Crafted Bradford Jul 20
Well the secret is out! We are coming to Bradford this summer. A brand new kitchen and bar in the old Beer House on North Parade. Like and share for the chance to win some tickets to the big opening night
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Rebecca Doyle Jul 12
Throw back to 2016. Yesterday my hubby was running round the street of Bingley and people beeping him or stopping to have chats with him. Fact is the most welcoming city in the world.
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HistoryandHeritageYorkshire Jul 18
Another in the occasional Women at War series. This 1918 photograph was taken at the Crossley & Co Victoria Dye Works, where the employee is removing a huge ball of cotton from the balling machine. (photograph courtesy of IWM Q28516)
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Community Action Jul 24
In response to the pandemic REN (Race Equality Network) is making £100,000 available for BAME-led organisations/groups in the District to apply for grants up to £5000. Deadline is Wednesday 29th July at 15:00 find out more and apply here
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Impressions Gallery Jul 16
The billboards are up! We're delighted to be part of . Keep your eyes peeled as our streets are transformed into a canvas of images from the Through Our Lens project, 13 to 18 year olds sharing their experience of lockdown with help from mentor
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Displace Yourself Jul 25
Throughout lockdown we’ve been offering creative and wellbeing activities for people that feel displaced- We have even more exciting opportunities for you to get involved this summer!
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Alexander Church Jul 20
Induction day for 6 x apprentices yesterday and day one of the journey in what will hopefully become a career in supporting district create Mental Health services that are co produced around the voices and input of children young people parents carers and professionals
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Wasim Hussain Jul 18
How lucky are we to have this magnificent building in our city?
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Chris Clark Jul 26
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Flyer Jul 17
🛍🏙 Fly with us into the city 🚏🚌💨 Great for your everyday trips too, with regular buses to and 7 days a week. 30.08.20
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GirlOutofBradford Jul 22
Nice to be out and about again in at the today enjoying a great sausage sandwich at the cafe and watching the barges go by
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e:merge Jul 16
Any Bradford based business with ride on mower free to help us get this ready for our holiday hunger program starting Tuesday?!
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Humanity First - Food Banks Jul 23
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Mohammed A Rauf MBE Jul 31
Social distancing at Eid prayers this morning, excellent preparations by the mosque committee and volunteers - Hand sanitisers, masks, own prayer mats from home, no celebratory hugs or handshakes allowed either!! Just so you know!!!
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