As part of its continuing Centenary celebrations Bradford Cathedral will open its doors on Saturday 15th June for a day packed with activities, talks and sessions aimed at showcasing everything the Cathedral does and how Bradfordians can get involved with its activity groups, teams and events.
Starting at 11am with an official opening there will be activities running from 12noon – 6pm including talks on the Cathedral’s architecture and history; family activities; games; an afternoon tea; theatre pop-ups and much more. The festival will finish with some special music performances; an unveiling of historic archive footage; and an indoor street party at 19:19 to mark the 100 years since St Peter’s parish church officially became Bradford Cathedral. There will also be other big attractions in the evening to be announced, with a night prayer wrapping up the event.
More information will be revealed soon on the Bradford Cathedral website and social media, but anyone interested in finding out more or getting involved in the day is encouraged to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bradford Cathedral’s ‘Centenary Festival’ will take place on Saturday 15th June. More information will be released over the next couple of months but you can express your interest, and be kept up-to-date with the latest news, by joining https://www.facebook.com/events/280563559536918/.