BRADFORD for Everyone is calling on Bradfordians to share their stories of kindness and resilience in the covid-19 pandemic as part of its 'People Library'.

It is hoped the Bradford bookshelf will reveal how the people of Bradford pull together in times of crisis.

From mutual aid groups popping up, generous food bank donations, neighbours supporting the vulnerable, to people giving their time to sew masks for others, we have been witnessing thousands of acts of kindness. The People Library wants to help to record and tell these stories.

The People Library project - which is being delivered by Future Leaders programme volunteers on behalf of Bradford for Everyone - will help us all to judge human 'books' by their characters and their actions rather than by their 'covers'.

Read a story from the People Library: 'I didn't know where I was going but I liked Bradford as soon as I got here'

Councillor Abdul Jabar, Bradford Council's executive member for neighbourhoods and community safety, said: "This is a great way to mark the truly inspirational stories from our district during these difficult times. If you want to tell your story please get in touch with our team."