Limo Hire Bradford
Limo Hire Bradford – Limousine Hire Bradford
Welcome to Midlands Limos, We offer the most elegant limo hire service in Bradford. Our chauffeur driven limousines can be used for any special occasion, including School Proms, Hen & Stag Nights, Weddings, Parties, dinner dates And Airport transfers. We offer the most luxurious limo hire in Bradford.
We provide limo hire in Bradford and surrounding areas. Our American Stretched Exotic Limos, Lincoln Town Car, Chrysler C300 (a.k.a Baby Bentley), Pink Hummer and Super stretched Hummer Limos are amongst the finest and newest limo in the UK.
Hire a limousine in Bradford with us and we will treat you like a VIP, with special to many local nightclubs and bars.
Our professional chauffeurs are very courteous and always uniformed and highly trained and will ensure your limousine experience will be very safe and enjoyable. we pride ourselves on excellent customer service by going that extra mile.
Range rover sport limo hire for all Asian weddings. We will travel anywhere in the UK for your wedding. Our Limousines are first class with the latest features on board. Pink hummer limo hire in Bradford for the girls and Black hummer limo for the boys.
Museums and art galleries
The city is the location of the most visited museum outside London – the National Media Museum which has 3 cinemas including a gigantic Imax screen. Bradford’s main art gallery is housed in the grand Edwardian Cartwright Hall in Lister Park. Salt’s Mill has the world’s largest collection of David Hockney artworks. Bradford Industrial Museum celebrates and explains the significant achievements in Bradford’s industrial past, from textiles to the manufacture of motor cars. Colour was important in the development of the textile industry and the educational Bradford Colour Museum is unique in the UK. It is run by the Society of Dyers and Colourists.
Each year the city hosts several successful festivals. In June the Bradford Festival includes a Book Festival and the massive Bradford Mela , the biggest of its kind outside Asia. The Ilkley Literature Festival in September/October is the largest and most prestigious in the north attracting big names from the arts and entertainment. There are several Continental Markets and Food Fairs throughout the city and district including the Bradford International Market, a four day spectacular in August. The city has an annual series of important film and cinema events: the Bradford Film Festival in March, Bite The Mango (World Cinema) in September, plus the Bradford Animation Festival held each November.
Bradford’s oldest building is the cathedral, which for most of its life was a parish church. Few other Medieval buildings have survived apart from Bolling Hall, which has been preserved as a museum.
Bradford boasts some fine Victorian buildings: apart from the mills mentioned elsewhere in this article, there is the City Hall (with statues of rulers of England unusually including Oliver Cromwell), the Wool Exchange (now used as a bookshop), and a large Victorian cemetery at Undercliffe.
Little Germany is a splendid Victorian commercial district just east of the city centre which takes its name from 19th century immigrants who ran businesses from some of the many listed buildings. Following decades of decay there have been successful conversions to office and residential use. In mid-2005 renovation began on the prominent Eastbrook Hall in Little Germany.
Like many cities, Bradford lost a number of notable buildings to developers in the 1960s and 1970s: particularly mourned at the time were the Swan Arcade and the old Kirkgate Market. In recent years some buildings from that era have themselves been demolished and replaced: Provincial House, next to Centenary Square, was demolished by controlled explosion in 2002, and Forster House was pulled down in 2005 as part of the Broadway development
There are four theatres in Bradford: The Alhambra was built in 1914 for theatre impresario Frank Laidler, and later owned by the Moss Empire group (Oswald Stoll and Edward Moss) and refurbished in 1986; The Studio is a smaller studio theatre in the same complex. Both of these are operated by Bradford Council. The Theatre in the Mill is a small studio theatre in the University of Bradford which presents both student and community shows and small-scale touring professional work. The Priestley Theatre is a privately run venue with a medium-sized proscenium theatre and a small studio.
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