WHO remembers December 1988, when legendary metal giants, Iron Maiden, opened the new HMV store in Broadway’s shopping precinct.

Bucks Fizz star Cheryl Baker laughed off injury to be with heavy metal band Iron Maiden at the opening of a new record in Bradford. Cheryl, 33, cut her finger on the train up from London and had her arm in a sling. “It’s only a tiny cut but I’ve been told to keep a sling on,” said Cheryl, who signed copies of Buck’s Fizz’s latest album for fans in HMV store in Broadway together with fellow fizzer Bobby Gee.

But the biggest crowds of the day were reserved for Iron Maiden, whose lead singer Bruce Dickinson and drummer Nicko McBrain were given a hearty Yorkshire welcome.

“They’re really great fans in Bradford,” said Nicko. “We seem to have quite a few of them here today, too.” The Iron Maiden duo also helped to raise £1,700 for charity with a 60-second record grab around the store, cheered on by their supporters.