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Welcome to the Saltaire Village Website
Quick intro to Saltaire
UNESCOSaltaire Village is near Bradford in West Yorkshire, England. It is named after Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill, known as Salts Mill and this village on the River Aire. Designed by architects, Lockwood and Mawson, Salts Mill was opened on Sir Titus Salt's 50th birthday, 20 September 1853. In December 2001, Saltaire was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

How to get here and what to do
Saltaire is a village where people live. Salts Mill is free to enter and is open every day except Christmas, Boxing day, and New Year's Day.
How to get here, where to park and what to do >

This website is run by volunteers
The Saltaire Village website came online in 2006. It is edited by Pamela Reynolds and run with the help of volunteers. Questions, news, opinion, articles and images are welcomed. We include local businesses in our directory free of charge.

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Saltaire Arts Trail 2016
Saltaire Bandstand
Free concerts throughout the summer

Enjoy free music at the fabulous bandstand in Roberts Park, Saltaire, Sundays 2pm to 4pm.

Plus: Saturday Sunset Dancing 7pm - 9pm with the bandstand in lights.

Admission free at all events.
Donations welcome.

Volunteers urgently required. We need your help to keep the Sunday Bandstand concerts running.

For information on concert dates, the poster and how to volunteer >

Saltaire Arts Trail 2016
Saltaire Arts Trail
28 - 30 May 2016

Art in Unique Spaces

Download the brochure >

Read the brochure online >

Saltaire Arts Trail is a community arts event held annually on the late May Bank Holiday weekend. It offers an imaginative visual arts programme, celebrating the village’s rich heritage, and offering opportunities to both emerging and established artists.

The Arts Trail prides itself in reaching out to new audiences and making art accessible to all by using imaginative venues - the internationally recognised Salts Mill, public buildings, the homes of Saltaire residents and outdoor spaces around Saltaire, to display visual art outside of traditional settings, as well as delivering new exhibitions and commissions.

The Saltaire Arts Trail is new and fresh, with commissioned contemporary artwork and with inclusive activities for all. This year the theme is Be Part of The Art and the programming aims to get the public involved in creating art as well as experiencing it.



Saltaire: Tourism and Heritage
Salts Mill, the Village and Saltaire attractions

Saltaire is a village where people live. You don't have to book to come here and Salts Mill is free to enter and is open every day of the year except Christmas and New Year's Day. More about Saltaire >

Visitor Info Centre
Open daily, all year round. Located opposite in Salts Mill, opposite the Church.
Visitor Information Centre
Victoria Road, Saltaire, BD18 3LA.
Tel: 01274 437942
Opening hours:
April - September 10.00 - 17.00
October - March 10.00 - 16.00.
Where to eat
Saltaire has a choice of of cafés and restaurants. More >
Holiday accommodation
We advertise local rooms, apartments and cottages. More >
Saltaire, World Heritage Site


Saltaire became a World Heritage Site in 2001, giving it the same status as the pyramids! The Nomination Document explains why Saltaire deserved this status. More >

Saltaire Sentinel - May 2016
Saltaire History
Saltaire History Club

All welcome. The next meeting will be on 2nd June, 2016. More >
Social history

Have a story to tell about Saltaire? We welcome contributions.

Research and social history published here >

Saltaire Myths
If you are studying Saltaire, please make sure of your facts. Have you heard of any of these myths?

Rules of the Village: some real, some fake
The rules of the Almshouses and Park are real. Other rules are fake, yet represented as "official."

WW1 - The Saltaire Story
Saltaire family wedding
World War 1: The Saltaire Story

Follow Colin Coates's research as Saltaire's WW1 story unfolds.


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This website is run by volunteers. We do our best! The information may be inaccurate or out of date.

Website designed and maintained by P. A. Reynolds
Copyright, 2006 to present
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