The city’s grand Victorian architecture and cultural diversity are testaments to the district’s celebrated history as a world leader in wool and textile manufacturing. But it’s not just our history that we’re proud of. Bradford district is one of diversity and contrasts; where over 528,200 people live in one of the UK’s most charismatic, youngest and fastest growing cities.
Bradford’s flourishing arts and cultural scene boasts some of the most exciting galleries and museums in Yorkshire including Salts Mill, home to one of the world’s largest Hockney collections, Impressions Gallery and the National Media Museum.
For foodies, Bradford has a well deserved reputation for quality; from Michelin star cuisine to being named England’s Curry Capital for the last five consecutive years! The district is known for its real ale with a wide range of traditional pubs serving locally brewed and guest ales. If that’s not enough, throughout the year there are several festivals including the Beer and Music weekend at Keighley and Bingley Music Live.
For lifestyle, Bradford district offers something for everyone with low set-up costs, competitive house prices, leading schools, colleges and university.