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‘Elfie Selfies’ help raise funds for local dementia charity

Staff and residents from Brookfield Care Home and Staveley Birkleas Nursing Home which are both in Nab Wood Shipley, and Beanlands Nursing Home in Cross Hills, have enjoyed a special ‘Elf Day’, where its staff dressed up as elves and posed for ‘elfie selfies’ with residents, as part of a national fundraising campaign run by […]
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  • Footage of cars hitting pedestrians at Bradford zebra crossing ‘horrifies’ MP
    by Josh Halliday North of England correspondent on 18th November 2022 at 4:11 pm

    Labour’s Imran Hussain says he has been pressing council and police to improve road safety An MP has said he is “absolutely horrified” to see footage of drivers ploughing into pedestrians at a zebra crossing where there have been a series of accidents in recent years. The Labour MP Imran Hussain said he was concerned about “accident blackspots” in his Bradford East constituency after clips of the collisions were shared by the television presenter Jeremy Vine. Continue reading...

  • New rail minister raises hopes high-speed line may include Bradford
    by Gwyn Topham Transport correspondent on 10th November 2022 at 3:44 pm

    Huw Merriman says he is ‘working up options’ for city’s inclusion in Northern Powerhouse Rail Hopes that a planned northern high-speed railway line may include Bradford after all have been raised after the new rail minister said he was still “working on options” to link in the city. Huw Merriman said he was “committed to local consultation” and “passionate about delivering better services” to Bradford, whose removal from the future high-speed rail map last year provoked […]

  • A Bunch of Amateurs review – joyous and heartbreaking celebration of film-making passion
    by Cath Clarke on 9th November 2022 at 11:00 am

    Kim Hopkins’ thoughtful documentary about the Bradford Movie Makers club has some unexpectedly deep things to say about camaraderie, community and male friendship It’s not an insult: the Bradford Movie Makers proudly call themselves a bunch of amateurs. Since 1932, members have been making virtually zero-budget films with rickety production values and acting of a quality that often results in fond mickey-taking among themselves. With this warm and rather wonderful documentary Kim Hopkins […]

  • Zayn Malik urges Rishi Sunak to give free school meals to all children in poverty
    by Jamie Grierson on 8th November 2022 at 6:00 am

    Bradford-born singer who relied on free school lunches urges PM to extend provision to all families on universal credit Zayn Malik has called on Rishi Sunak to “give all children living in poverty” free school meals during the cost of living crisis. The former One Direction singer, 29, who relied on free school lunches as a child growing up in Bradford, recently became an ambassador for the Food Foundation and is backing its Feed the Future campaign. Continue reading...

  • Woman labelled ‘Erin Brockovich of Bradford’ after tribunal win
    by Rachel Hall on 31st October 2022 at 5:34 pm

    Donna Patterson awarded £60,000 after representing herself in discrimination case against Morrisons A woman who has been called the “Erin Brockovich of Bradford” for taking her employer to court without legal representation and winning has said she has been overwhelmed by the “unexpected” response. Donna Patterson, 38, was awarded £60,000 at a tribunal after arguing that the supermarket chain Morrisons had discriminated against her when she returned to work after maternity leave. […]

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