Bradford was declared a “City of Peace” by resolution of the Council on 13 Oct 1997. The initiative Bradford: City for Peace aims to make this real. It has created a Peace Trail, a walk around Bradford linking sites relating to the city’s rich history of peace work. Now, if you have a smartphone, you can download an interactive version of the Peace Trail. See the Bradford: City for Peace website for details.
ABOUT THIS BLOGWritten by Alison Cullingford, Special Collections Librarian at the University of Bradford
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