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“Coconuts” and “Cornflakes” – Bradford UNESCO City of Film hosts sound effect workshops

“Coconuts” and “Cornflakes” – Bradford UNESCO City of Film hosts sound effect workshops

by Elisha Atkinson Bradford UNESCO City of Film are today hosting sound effects workshops at Bradford City Library. The workshops show people how to use household items to produce sound effects in post production – known as ‘Foley’. Rachel Bottomley, production coordinator at Bradford City of Film said: “It’s giving people an insight that they can do these (sound effects) […]

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Bradford University redevelop e-course for dementia care

Bradford University redevelop e-course for dementia care

by Will Ford and Abbey Maclure An online course for healthcare professionals and carers who look after people with dementia has been re-developed by the University of Bradford. The course, named ‘e-dementia’, was improved by the University to reflect changes in the dementia training curriculum. Alongside healthcare advice and expert opinion, the course includes personal stories from people who suffer […]

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Giant Baby in Halifax ahead of Easter Weekend

The giant 22ft baby that will spend two nights in Halifax.

By Amy Goodall Giant 22ft baby called Eva, will star in the production ‘ZARA’ this Easter Weekend in Halifax. The world premiere of the production opens at the Piece Hall in Halifax this Friday, April 19th and Saturday April 20th. Zara, tells the story of protagonist Zara and her daughter Eva, fighting against the world. It will feature a cast […]

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Bradford councillors are reviewing cycling scheme

Bradford councillors are reviewing cycling scheme

By Kamile Banyte and Will Ford Bradford’s Council Regeneration and Environment Scrutiny Committee are going to receive an annual update on the cycling strategy this evening. The strategy ‘keeping the wheels spinning’ was introduced in 2016 and aims to promote better infrastructure for cycling and encourage public to choose cycling as a transport mode. The committee will be updated on […]

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Bradford Council’s hands were tied over Victorian orphanage demolition, says Civic Society chair

Bradford Council’s hands were tied over Victorian orphanage demolition, says Civic Society chair

The head of Bradford’s Civic Society has expressed frustration at the decision to demolish the city’s Victorian orphanage. Bradford Council has granted permission to demolish Joseph Nutter House, next to Horton Park. The Orphanage was opened in the 1880s and was more recently used as a college, but has been empty since 2016. The Chair of the Bradford Civic Society Si […]

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Children in care in Bradford achieve higher school results than the national average.

Children at modern school facility

By Charlotte Lascelles and Abbey Maclure Children in care in Bradford have shown an improvement in their school results. A report to Bradford Council revealed that school results , from early years to key stage four, showed real improvement despite the challenges that children in care may face. Achievements in reading, writing and maths at Key Stage 1 are higher […]

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Campaign group Bradford Live win multi-million pound bid to develop the Bradford Odeon.

Campaign group Bradford Live win multi-million pound bid to develop the Bradford Odeon.

By Harry McMullen Local campaign group, Bradford Live have won the council bid to develop the Bradford Odeon. The Odeon, which has been derelict since 2000, will undergo and £23million pound refurbishment turning the site into a state of the art performance space. The project is expected to be completed by Autumn of 2020, 150 years on from the completion […]

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Yorkshire schoolgirl wins ‘create your own Fiat 500’ competition

A 9-year-old schoolgirl from High Bank junior, infant and nursery school with her design.

  By Kamile Banyte. A 9-year-old schoolgirl from Liversedge has beaten over 400 entries to win a competition to design a Fiat 500. The Stoneacre motor group, Bradford Road, Cleckheaton asked four local schools to participate in their first ‘create your own Fiat 500’ competition. The children received a Fiat 500 template and had a month to submit their creative […]

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Pedestrian killed after being hit by car in Bradford named by police

Pedestrian killed after being hit by car in Bradford named by police

By Mellissa Dzinzi A PEDESTRIAN who was killed instantly when he was hit by a car while crossing the road in Bradford has been named by police.

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WOW Festival celebrates women in Bradford

WOW Festival celebrates women in Bradford

By Rebecca Marano THE WOMEN of the World Festival was in Bradford for the second year running. The festival was one of 20 held around the world including London, Ethiopia and Hong Kong and celebrates women and explores the obstacles they face.

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