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Fire damage to Bradford Interfaith Education Centre

Bradford's Interfaith Education Centre
Six fire engines were called to the scene

A fire has partially destroyed Bradford's Interfaith Education Centre.

Six fire engines were called to the building in Lister Road when the fire began just before 2030 GMT on Saturday.

A spokeswoman for West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said half of the building had been damaged by the flames.

Fire investigation officer Peter Crowther said the cause of the fire had not yet been established but inquiries were ongoing.



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