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Bradford’s Victorian tunnels – Sunbridge Wells

We’ve been for a look around Bradford’s Victorian tunnels underneath Sunbridge Road. They are being redeveloped and will reopen later in 2015 as Sunbridge Wells.

This was a thriving venue in the 1960s, almost like Bradford’s very own Cavern Club. Take a look at our video:

Last chance for a Sneaky Peek inside City Hall

The Sneaky Peek tours in Bradford’s City Hall, which have been taking place throughout August, have proved so popular that we’ve put on an extra tour.

Over 1,000 people have already toured Bradford’s magnificent 19th century Grade 1 listed building.

To let even more people take a look inside City Hall, organisers have added an extended four-hour opening on Saturday, 13 September. Volunteers will help at the event from 12 noon to 4pm.

And you still have chance to come on one of the remaining weekday tours on Wednesday 10th September (2pm to 4pm) or Thursday 11th September (10am to 12 noon).

Pop in, pick up a route map and start your tour. On the way you will see special displays put together by museums staff to bring to life landmarks in Bradford’s textile and engineering heritage.