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Bradford Classic Cars

The ever popular Bradford Classic Car show returns to Bradford’s multi-award-winning City Park and The Broadway on Saturday 17 August, to celebrate…


Bradford Jobs Fair

Bradford Jobs Fair Details The Bradford Jobs Fair is on Wednesday 17th July 2019, at the Northern Commercials Stadium, Valley Parade. The…


Get Out Bradford Literature Festival

  Public  · Hosted by Light Cinema Bradford and Bradford Literature Festival Friday, 28 June 2019 from 19:00-21:00 pin The Light Cinema, Bradford Broadway, Bradford…


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Bradford Telegraph and Argus | News

the guardian Bradford

  • Government under pressure to stop Leeds Bradford airport expansion
    by Matthew Taylor on 25th February 2021 at 3:00 pm

    Critics say plan would wreck efforts to tackle climate crisis and undermine UK credibility ahead of Cop26 The government is under growing pressure to halt a proposed expansion of Leeds Bradford airport, which critics say would wreck efforts to tackle the ecological crisis and undermine the government’s credibility ahead of a key climate conference later this year. The expansion plans, which would support an increase in passengers from 4 to 7 million people a year by 2030, were given […]

  • Why Leicester, Blackburn and Bradford have been hit hard by Covid
    by Ian Johnston on 17th February 2021 at 6:00 pm

    Leaders blame social inequalities, mistrust, and failures of test-and-trace system England’s poorest areas hit by Covid ‘perfect storm’ – leaked report Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Leicester’s deputy mayor, Sarah Russell, sees a pattern in the latest data on the spread of coronavirus in the city. “We don’t get the peaks of other places but we take a longer time coming back down,” she says. In some parts of the country, it is a familiar […]

  • Private hospital in Bradford placed in special measures over patient safety
    by PA Media on 23rd December 2020 at 12:01 am

    CQC suspended ‘good’ rating for Cygnet Woodside after inspection following allegations of abuse A hospital for men with learning disabilities has been placed in special measures after the Care Quality Commission (CQC) identified “serious risks to patient safety”. The CQC said it had also suspended its current rating of “good” for caring for Cygnet Woodside, Bradford, West Yorkshire, following an inspection in September. Continue reading...

  • Family who fear daughter was killed sue Leeds NHS trust after body decomposes
    by Jamie Grierson Home affairs correspondent on 23rd November 2020 at 7:00 am

    Exclusive: pathologist unable to rule out third-party involvement in Emily Whelan’s death because of condition of corpse The family of a woman who they suspect was killed is suing a health trust that allegedly stored her corpse incorrectly, allowing it to decompose to the point that experts were unable to rule out third-party involvement in her death, the Guardian can reveal. Emily Whelan, 25, was found unresponsive in her bedroom in Leeds on 7 November 2016 and was rushed by ambulance to […]

  • Disadvantaged families in England could face generations of inequality
    by PA Media on 15th September 2020 at 10:34 am

    Government’s social mobility commission warns of ‘deep unfairness’ in worst-hit areas Families face being locked into disadvantage for generations unless the issue of social mobility is urgently tackled, the government’s advisory body on life chances in England has warned. The social mobility commission called on regional leaders to draw up tailored, sustained and local programmes to tackle disparities in the worst-hit areas. Related: Social mobility in decline in Britain, official […]

Bradford Zone

  • Police and Finance Industry stop almost £1m of fraud in West Yorkshire during 2020
    by bradfordzone on 1st March 2021 at 10:22 am

    The police worked with branch staff at banks, building societies and Post Offices to stop £941,083.80 of fraud in West Yorkshire through the Banking Protocol rapid scam response last year, figures published today have revealed. Launched in 2016, the Banking Protocol is a UK-wide scheme, developed in partnership between UK Finance, local police forces and The post Police and Finance Industry stop almost £1m of fraud in West Yorkshire during 2020 appeared first on Bradford Zone.

  • Views sought on Shipley improvement project
    by bradfordzone on 28th February 2021 at 4:22 pm

    Bradford Council is inviting residents and local businesses to have their say on how a new £1m scheme could improve Shipley town centre. During a five-week engagement programme, the authority wants the wider Shipley community to provide feedback on how the new Shipley Streets for People scheme can make the town a better place to The post Views sought on Shipley improvement project appeared first on Bradford Zone.

  • Greengates pupils undertake innovative Captain Tom Challenge to fundraise for the NHS
    by bradfordzone on 28th February 2021 at 4:03 pm

    Enthusiastic pupils at Greengates Primary Academy have taken a leaf out of Captain Tom’s book and vowed to undertake a series of exercises to raise money for the NHS. Inspired by Captain Tom’s 100 laps of his garden and his recent passing, students are challenging themselves in what they are calling the “Captain Tom Challenge” The post Greengates pupils undertake innovative Captain Tom Challenge to fundraise for the NHS appeared first on Bradford Zone.

  • Young people and health experts answer vaccine questions
    by bradfordzone on 27th February 2021 at 4:01 pm

    Young people from Bradford District have worked with doctors and health professional to produce a short film that will answer people’s questions on the COVID-19 vaccine. The film was devised and produced by the district’s Young COVID Ambassadors, a group of young people brought together as part of the district’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The post Young people and health experts answer vaccine questions appeared first on Bradford Zone.

Bradford wiltshire times

  • Biker seriously injured in crash
    on 28th February 2021 at 8:04 pm

    A YOUNG motorcyclist is tonight being treated in Southmead Hospital for serious injuries sustained in a crash near Rode earlier this afternoon.

  • Compulsive hoarders sought for new TV show
    on 28th February 2021 at 7:50 pm

    COMPULSIVE hoarders are being sought for a new Channel 5 television programme.

  • Smashing the stigma around eating disorders
    on 28th February 2021 at 4:55 pm

    EATING disorders are complex mental illnesses and can affect anyone, no matter their age, gender or background.

  • Local schools have their wishes fulfilled
    on 28th February 2021 at 4:03 pm

    STUDENTS at two specialist schools in Wiltshire have received new toys, games and other items to use in their classrooms following a successful charitable campaign from a local company.

  • Teenager seriously injured in crash near Melksham
    on 28th February 2021 at 2:37 pm

    A teenage girl was airlifted to hospital by Wiltshire Air Ambulance with what are thought to be life-changing injuries following a crash near Melksham yesterday evening.