I was shown the Cross Road's War Memorial for the first time last week. It is enclosed in the Park Pavilion which means it is not as accessible as a roadside memorial but also means it is unweathered despite being a hundred years ago. The local surnames Ackroyd, Feather, Murgatroyd and Robershaw which I've noted before are among those listed in the middle panel as having been killed.
This week, we have also see the recovery capsule in which Tim Peake returned to earth, which is on display in Bradford at the moment. It looks more like a piece of early twentieth-century science fiction than a genuine piece of early twenty-first-century technology.
On Michaelmas Day at the end of September, Friday Church at St James', Cross Roads added this 'Superman' portrait of St Michael to the wall of saints (and now angels) being built up at the back of church...
... and St Francis (whose day it was this week) joined them yesterday.