The Green Man Public House on the Otley Road in Undercliffe, near Bradford town centre, has been part of our cultural heritage for 230 years.
This historic pub has been a feature of the local landscape since the 1790s, but now an Islamic educational trust has submitted plans to Bradford Council calling for the change of use of the building to an 'educational/community centre'.
The application has been submitted by the Al-Faiz Trust and would see the ground floor of the building converted into a community hall, while the first floor would be converted into classrooms, offices and a kitchen.
The time has come to make a stand against the takeover of our cultural heritage by Islamic organisations of this nature.
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