Blaise Wool Festival

About

Join us in this annual celebration of Bishop Blaise, the Patron Saint of Woolcombers, and Bradford’s proud woolly history.

The festival is part of Bradford Woolly Heritage CIC’s Bishop Blaise’s Long Woolly Fringe Festival.

Food Vendors
•Pop-up baaaaah! Try Bradford’s Salamander Brewery’s special Blaise Ale.
Entertainment
•Live performances, including Hall Royd Brass Band
•Exhibition & demonstrations from the Bradford Guild of Spinners, Weavers & Dyers.
•Bishop Blaise himself will be telling the story of how thousands used to celebrate his day in February.
•Our fantastic permanent displays, telling the story of Bradford’s industrial past.

A great Wooltastic day out for the whole family!

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Admission free, everyone welcome.

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Blaise Wool Festival

Type:Heritage Event

Bradford Industrial Museum, BRADFORD, West Yorkshire, BD2 3HP
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Opening Times

Season (5 Feb 2023)
DayTimes
Sunday11:00 - 16:00

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