Thanks to all our supporters in the flourishing Muslim community in Cambridge’s brand-new satellite town of Cambourne! On May 19th, a special iftar dinner was given to show support for our mosque project. For more images and information, please visit CamHarmony.org.
Over at Green Ramadan our friends have a range of suggestions for improving health and sustainability during the fasting month. Avoid the curse of disposable plates and foil containers at iftar time and add blessings to your fast by developing a zero-trash iftar kit for your mosque community! Click here to read about ten amazing … Continue reading Go Green This Ramadan
Come and join us at 3pm this Sunday, September 3, for an informal update on the Cambridge New Mosque Project! Venue: Cambridge Muslim College, 14 St Paul’s Road, Cambridge CB1 2EZ
Thanks to Daniel Zeichner, Member of Parliament for Cambridge, for the following words of support: ‘The Mill Road mosque is a powerful symbol for our city. With an estimated six thousand Muslim residents in Cambridge, the project to construct the city’s first purpose-built mosque was well overdue; it will provide much needed extra capacity as … Continue reading MP endorses our scheme
Last Sunday Muslim community leaders from all over the region gathered to plan new fundraising initiatives for our mosque! Representatives from mosques in St Ives, Huntingdon, Cambridge and Peterborough were in attendance. Guests included Shamim Ahmed of the Cambridge Bangladesh Cultural and Welfare Association, Councillor Ansar Ali from the Peterborough City Council, Aminul Islam, Founder … Continue reading Anglia Muslims Get Together In Support of Our Mosque
As construction work is ongoing on our Mill Road site, the Trust has been developing its plans for the teaching spaces in the new building. As well as the smaller classrooms designated for Cambridge’s Qur’an and Hadith Hub, and the multipurpose cafe/exhibition space, there is to be a dedicated women’s classroom. But the team have … Continue reading Progress with Auditorium Design