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ROBERTS PARK

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  SALTAIRE PARK, PEOPLES PARK
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Public park opened in July 1871 as part of the planned industrial town of Saltaire. It was landscaped by William Gay of Bradford and contains buildings and structures by Lockwood and Mawson. Originally the park was known as People’s Park or Saltaire Park. It was given to Shipley Urban District Council by their chairman, James Roberts, c.1910. He took the park back and presented it to the City of Bradford in 1920 and thereafter it became known as Roberts Park. As of 1999 the park was in the ownership of the City of Bradford Metropolitan Council.

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