Every year on 11th May a memorial service for the Bradford Fire Disaster takes place in Centenary Square, opposite the City Hall. In 2020 the Covid-19 emergency has prevented a memorial service taking place and instead it will be held online (from this link).
The following are my photographs of the memorial in Centenary Square presented by the City of Hamm, unveiled on 11th May, 1986.
The following features about the disaster commemoration were written by myself and published on the Width of a Post blog:
Remembering the survivors and not just the 56 fatalities published on Width of a Post in May, 2018.
Remembering the 1985 disaster published on Width of a Post in May, 2019.
Deriving strength and inspiration from the Fire Disaster published on Width of a Post on 8th May, 2020.
Talking with Adrian Goldberg on his podcast about the Fire Disaster, 11th May 2020.
I encourage people to read this feature, Always Remember about the Fire Disaster by Jason McKeown published in two parts on Width of a Post on 10th & 11th May, 2020: Part One & Part Two .
Scroll down for a feature on the fundraising efforts at different clubs in support of the 1985 Bradford Fire Disaster Appeal. [Link here]