Festival of Remembrance

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Join us for the 76th Bradford Festival of Remembrance at Bradford Cathedral, in the presence of the Lord Mayor and other Civic dignitaries, and supported by the City of Bradford Brass Band and the Bradford Cathedral Choir. 

The Festival will begin at 5pm 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 and we ask if you could arrive ready to be seated by 4:50pm.

The Festival of Remembrance is a free event but donations on the day are invited - please sign up for admission.

Please be aware that seats are limited, and some seats may have views limited by the pillars of the Cathedral.
 

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The 76th Bradford Festival of Remembrance

Type:Community Event

Bradford Cathedral, Stott Hill, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 4EH
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