Bradford Hindu Council were honoured to be part of a special service today at Bradford Cathedral to mark the death of His late Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
There was also a short multifaith gathering straight after the Cathedral Service in Centenary Square, Bradford, led by Bishop Toby Howarth. Remarkable Interfaith spirit in Bradford as always.
It was a beautiful service and was attended by distinguished guests :Right Reverend Toby Howarth Bishop of Bradford ,Reverend Jerry lepine , Dean of Bradford ,Kersten England, Chief executive of Bradford Metropolitan District Council ,Susan Hinchcliffe Councilor , Ed Anderson, Lord Lieutenant of West Yorkshire , Right Reverend Nick Baines Bishop of Leeds ,Lord Mayor Councillor Doreen Lee ,Sheriff of West Yorkshire Other faith leaders from the Sikh, Muslim and Jewish communities.
Please see attached interview on BBC look North were
A Bradford woman has recounted meeting the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh when she was a child.
Disha Joshi, 23, handed the royal couple a bouquet of flowers as they officially opened a temple in the city in 2007.
Ms Joshi said: “Normally I would dread getting out of bed, however this morning I was absolutely thrilled.
“It was honestly very, very exciting. I spent the whole morning practising my curtsy.”