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The UKs original Ukrainian Beer Festival returns – PyvoFest


PyvoFest – The UKs original Ukrainian Beer Festival returns. One venue, two nights, 50+ beers and ciders, six live bands and countless numbers of Ukrainian varenyky – (traditional food) this is not to be missed. With beers from across Ukraine, including for the first time ever Ukrainian draft beer, cask ale from Bradford breweries, a Little Sparrow Keg Bar and ...

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Of Monsters And Men Tour

Of Monsters and Men

Of Monsters and Men are very pleased to announce the release of their new album, Beneath The Skin through Island Records and their new tour. Beneath The Skin was co-produced by the band and Rich Costey (Muse, Death Cab For Cutie, Foster The People), between studios in Iceland and Los Angeles. The album features elven new tracks, with a bonus ...

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The MOBO Awards in Yorkshire!

Mobo Awards

Yorkshire was blessed with a variety of global stars at The MOBO Awards. The event had the county talking for months and some estimates claimed it was going to bring over £1 million into the local economy. The event itself didn’t disappoint. The 20th annual awards took place on the 4th November 2015 in front of a sold out First ...

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LGBT Groups!

Rob Wilson

Rob Wilson talking about some LGBT groups across Bradford and Yorkshire. Yorkshire Relish Dining – This social group has been running for over 20 years, with everyone from the LGB&T* spectrum welcome along. The group dines in various city centre restaurants and regularly takes over private dining rooms in venues for an exclusive evening of fine cuisine and lively discussions. ...

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Increase In Hate Crime Towards LGBT Community


Number of people seeking help for hate crimes more than doubles There’s been an increase in the number of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people reporting hate crimes across England and Wales in recent months, according to the National LGBT Hate Crime Partnership. In the last three months, Galop, a specialist LGBT anti-violence charity, says the number of people ...

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10 Must-Try Asian and Indian Restaurants

10 Must Try Asian Restaurants

Bradford’s 10 Must-Try Asian and Indian Restaurants In the second half of the 20th century, Bradford emerged as a culinary hotspot and along with the Balti Triangle in the Birmingham suburbs of Sparkbrook, Sparkhill, and Balsall Heath, a centre for Asian cuisine. In the 1950s and 1960s, these areas saw large numbers of Asian immigrants settling and bringing with them ...

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The Broadway Opens in Bradford!


A new £260m shopping centre is opening in Bradford! After a decade of work, the state of the art shopping centre has opened. The Broadway will host over 70 restaurants, cafes, bars and shops. With huge brands such as Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, Schuh, Subway, New Look, Topshop, Boots and lots more, it’s expected to be a huge tourist attraction ...

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Try out The National Media Museum


With seven floors of galleries to explore, three cinemas including Yorkshire’s biggest IMAX screen, and a packed programme of events, you’re sure to find something to inspire you at the National Media Museum. Current Exhibition: Revelations (20 November 2015 – 3 February 2016) From the 1840s, scientists were using photography to record and measure phenomena which lay beyond human vision. ...

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Bonfire Night at Mercure Bradford


Bonfire Night Remember, remember the 5th of November… Come to Mercure Bradford, Bankfield Hotel and enjoy the best view in town of a fantastic fireworks display.   18:00 – Gates Open 19:00 – Bonfire Lit 19:30 – Firework Display   There are a limited number of pre-purchase tickets at £3 per person (under 3’s are free) or you can purchase ...

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Is Saltaire England’s Greatest Place? Vote Here!


The UNESCO World Heritage site of Saltaire has been chosen as a finalist in a competition to find England’s Greatest Place. The competition, run by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI), has whittled down 200 hundred original entries to just 10 finalists. The judges, made up of senior planning consultants, representatives of non-Government organisations, and academics, voted Saltaire as The ...

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