Bradford’s Victorian Retailers
What's On

Bradford’s Victorian Retailers

  • 4

    Sep

    Bradford’s Victorian Retailers 11:00 - 12:30 Undercliffe Cemetery BD3 0QD
  •  

    A tour of the cemetery covering some of Bradford’s most well known Victorian Retailers, two of these are still operating today.

    The retailers will include

    Rimmingtons – Pharmacy and analytical chemist

    Brown Muffs Department Store – ‘The Harrods of the North’

    Market trader – William Hardaker (Humbug Billy) who accidentally poisoned over 200 of his customers

    Christopher Pratt, Furniture and Upholstery – manufacturers and retailers.

    Lingards  Department Store – Bombed by the Luftwaffe during the Second World War

    Manoah Rhodes – Silversmith

    Photographers and film makers – Thomas William and Richard James Appleton

     

    Tour starts at 11 am and last for around 90 minutes.

    Coffee tea and cake served from 10:30 am

    Click here to book your tickets

    You currently have JavaScript disabled!

    This site requires JavaScript to be enabled. Some functions of the site may not be usable or the site may not look correct until you enable JavaScript. You can enable JavaScript by following this tutorial. Once JavaScript is enabled, this message will be removed.