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AN INDIAN restaurant and bar, which has been beset by delays, is now set to open later this year in The Broadway shopping centre, Bradford.

They are now confident that the Papadoms restaurant will open its doors in mid-November.

Sanjeev Sanghera, founder and chief executive of Bavava Restaurants, the firm behind the new Bradford venture, told the Telegraph & Argus: “There were some significant delays with the original contractor and we had to make a very difficult decision.

“We spoke to the contractors and didn’t have the confidence they would finish in a reasonable time.

“So we have a new contractor on site and they are going to be handing us back the keys on October 25 and we are looking at opening mid-November.

“We are a small company and we don’t have the resources so we rely on contractors to deliver on what they say they are going to do.” Of the future he added: “We are extremely enthused and excited about finally getting this restaurant over the line.

We are at the final fit out and then on to the decor stage and it looks fantastic.He added that once the keys were handed over it would be a matter of a couple of weeks for staff training, before finally opening the restaurant’s doors to the public.In January Mr Sanghera told the T&A that they were blown away with the regeneration of Bradford’s city centre – a key factor in deciding on a location for the new restaurant, having first looked at Leeds.This driver sensibly abandoned his car when the going got tough, but may need to spend a bit of time with a brush before he can drive it away!West Yorkshire Police Road Policing Unit tweeted: "When you abandon your vehicle, please remember to close your window. " The worst of the weather may be over (hopefully) but we must give a shout out to hospital staff who didn't go home from hospital on Wedneday in order to be able to help patients.A spokesperson for Bradford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said: “Some of our staff have stayed overnight, or not gone home after a night shift, to make sure we have enough staff to maintain services during this period of extreme bad weather.“We have staff accommodation at Bradford Royal Infirmary and have made extra rooms and beds available to those staff who have offered to stay on site.“We are very grateful to our staff for their amazing commitment to patient care and the support they have shown to their colleagues.” Another organised event due to take place this weekend has been cancelled due to the weather.Queensbury Queens of the Mountain Cycling Club has sent us the following information: Sadly we’ve had to make the very hard decision of postponing Sunday’s International Women’s Day event on the Cow and Calf.This is due to the weather & putting our cyclists safety first. We hope you will get behind this awesome women only cycling club.Many thanks to those that had said they would come support us, etc. Bingley Weather Station has been keeping a keen eye on local meteorological statistics.

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