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Peel Park is a public park in Bradford, England, located to the north-east of the city, named after Sir Robert Peel. It was created as the result of a public meeting in 1850 and opened in 1853. It is now owned by Bradford Council.

It hosts the annual Bradford Mela which is held in July every year, and houses a cafe, play area, flower garden and sports pitch.

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Coordinates: 53°48′32″N 1°44′38″W / 53.809°N 1.744°W / 53.809; -1.744



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