BRADFORD'S Stronger Communities Partnership has developed new proposed ‘shared values’ for the district, and has launched a survey to find out what people across the district think.

There will also be five pop-up events for residents to have their say, an event for businesses and focus groups for children and young people.

On Tuesday there will be five pop-up events at Woodroyd Centre, Bradford (10am until 11.30am), Holmewood Connect Library (12.30pm until 1.30pm), Keighley Bus Station (12pm until 1.30pm), Morrisons, Victoria Shopping Centre (2.30pm until 4pm) and Menston Community Library (2.30pm until 4pm).

On Wednesday there will be a business session at Carlisle Business Centre from 10.45am until 12pm. The session will start at 11am and businesses must book to take part in this session.

To book a place email

What unites the people of Bradford? Here's an opportunity to share your views

On Wednesday selected young people will give their views. The young people will come from the Bradford Linking Network and the Bradford United project.

The shared values are themed around the five key things that are important to our communities – to respect, encourage, care for, accept and protect one another.

The values have been developed through conversations with many people, in different places around Bradford District, in businesses, public spaces, shopping centres, the university and colleges.

Talking about our shared values can help unite everyone who lives and works in the district.

Councillor Abdul Jabar, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Neighbourhoods and Community Safety, said: “We have had some great feedback so far on our shared values but we want as many people as possible to give us their views. I would encourage residents and people who work in our district to attend one of the pop-events next week and if you are a business sign up to the special session designed for you.”