BBC News is pioneering a new approach to newsgathering with a week of stories about Bradford across its national and regional outlets, podcasts, online platforms and on social media.
The BBC is asking people in the city which stories matter to them. These stories will feature on TV, radio and online between 11 and 15 March as part of We Are Bradford.
The stories will reflect all aspects of the city's life and many will also feature on a website which will continue to be updated with Bradford stories throughout the year.
Get in touch
Have you got a story from Bradford or a question about the city you'd like us to answer? You can submit suggestions using the tool below.
If you are reading this page on the BBC News app, you will need to visit the mobile version of the BBC website to submit your question on this topic.
You can also get in touch via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or via Message/WhatsApp to 07720078939.
For more info about We Are Bradford follow #BBCWeAreBradford on social media.
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