A short guided walk by Glyn Watkins celebrating Bradford's forgotten Saint and hidden histories On Sunday 3rd Feb. PART 1 – The Sir Titus Salt, Morley St. Gather from noon, free coffee with ticket. Walk starts at 13.00 to the Sparrow. PART 2 – The Sparrow Bier Cafe, North Parade. Rest or Gather from 13.45, refreshments available. Walk to New Bradford Playhouse starts at 14.30. Finishes 15.30. Each part involve stairs but wheelchair accessible alternatives available. You can walk either or both parts. Tickets £2.00 Includes info pack & some refreshment. From New Bradford Playhouse 01274 308727 Until 1825 the woolcombers of Bradford organised a precession every 7 years to celebrate Bishop Blaise, an Armenian who was reputedly killed with woolcombs. The last procession was the biggest Bradford ever had and the walk follows part of the route. Illustration of the 1811 St. Blaise Day Procession

Poster for the Bring Back St. Blaise’s Festival Walk. 3rd Feb.

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