In 1916, the Vicar of Bradford was elected as Bishop of Peterborough.

In 1923, a party of French schoolchildren arrived in Bradford for a two month visit.

In 1980, the deposed Shah of Iran died in Egypt, aged 60.

From the Telegraph & Argus of July 27th, 1977...

Plans to turn the former Park Avenue soccer ground into a sports centre unique in Britain have come from the Bradford Cycling Association. It would cost millions, but there is a good chance of a £2m. Sports Council grant. Representatives of Bradford Metro Council, which owns the dilapidated stadium, are enthusiastic, but want an accurate assessment of the finances before the council comes in officially.

From the Telegraph & Argus of July 27th, 1952...

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