02:30PM, Friday 02 February 2018
Maidenhead Mosque is to hold an open afternoon as part of a nationwide initiative to promote good community relations.
The Islamic Trust Maidenhead will welcome visitors to the mosque, in Holmanleaze, from 2-4pm on Sunday, February 18.
Hosted by the mosque’s head imam, the afternoon will include a brief talk, exhibition and the chance to observe prayers. There will also be a display of ancient manuscripts from around the world, including some from private collectors, on show for the first time.
Mosque trustee Zia Mahiudin said: “The event is an initiative to further promote and strengthen long- standing community relations.
“We aim to actively encourage people to come together, by inviting friends and neighbours from different faiths and backgrounds.”
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