Bradford is a city rich in culture, architecture and attractions. As well as the home of the National Media Museum, the city boasts an innovative Industrial Museum, many well-regarded art galleries, colourful parks and some great theatres.

Once the major centre of the world woollen trade, Bradford’s proud industrial past has left a legacy of notable mill buildings (many seeing a renaissance as exciting retail and cultural spaces) as well as impressive houses and public buildings built on its wealth.

Recently crowned Curry Capital , the city still maintains this award-winning standard of Asian cuisine. The diversity of cultures within the city is further celebrated by the lively Bradford Mela every July which annually attracts the local community and many tourists.

Bradford Mela is now 22 years old and I still love it. In its heyday, it was the largest mela of its kind in Europe and attracted more than 100,000 people over a summer weekend. These days still as popular it a great time for our business to flourish and reap the rewards from the many tourists that flock to Bradford during the festival.