A BRADFORDIAN has been named Muslim Woman of the Year at a national awards ceremony.

There were three Bradford winners at the 11th edition of the British Muslim Awards which took place in Manchester.

The awards celebrate the achievements and contributions of British Muslims in various fields every year.

Alina Khan, of Bradford College, won the Noor Inayat Khan Muslim Woman of the Year Award.

Community Group of the Year went to Nalette Tucker's Sunnah Sports Academy Trust.

Adams Foodservice Trading's Mohammed Kola was named Trailblazer in Accounting & Finance at the ceremony held at the Muslim Heritage Centre.

Highly Commended went to Hiron Miah, of Bradford Council, who was Highly Commended in the Achievements in Civil Service category.

A spokesperson for the British Muslim Awards 2024 said: “Over the last decade we’ve looked to honour and uplift the achievements of British Muslims and look forward to the continued growth and success of this vibrant and dynamic community.

"By showcasing the achievements of these remarkable individuals and organisations, we hope to inspire future generations and encourage greater diversity and inclusivity across all aspects of society.

"The winners are true leaders who have inspired others, pushed boundaries, and achieved remarkable success in their respective fields.

"We would like to congratulate all winners and highly commended recipients on their accomplishments.”