Bradford will pay its respects to those who lost their lives in conflicts around the world at a special annual Festival of Remembrance.
The district’s 76th annual Festival of Remembrance will take place on Sunday, 6 November at Bradford Cathedral at 5pm. It will be attended by the Lord Mayor of Bradford and other Civic dignitaries, and supported by the City of Bradford Brass Band and the Bradford Cathedral Choir.
The festival will begin with a welcome from the Dean of Bradford Cathedral and the Lord Mayor of Bradford, and community singing, ahead of the Service of Remembrance.
Doors will open at 4.30pm, the council has asked people arrive early if possible and be ready to be seated by 4.50pm. Please be aware that seats are limited, and some seats may have views limited by the pillars of the Cathedral. The event is free but please book your tickets here https://bradfordcathedral.churchsuite.com/events/xbmhpz0p
The Lord Mayor of Bradford Councillor Martin Love said: “This is always a very special event in Bradford and I hope people will come and join us to remember all those who have lost their lives, been wounded, have suffered or are still suffering in any way, due to past and present conflicts around the world.”