Monday 26 June 2017
1 Shawwaal, 1438
Visiting the mosque
News & Events
Visits and Tours
The Dawn Issues
Advertising and Sponsoring
News & Events
> Eid-ul-Fitr 1437 AH
Eid-ul-Fitr 1437 AH
Posted on: 02 July 2016
Travelling, Parking and other House Rules - Eid Day. (Sisters arrangements on the Ground floor)
Please take some time to read our information below on travelling and parking to the Majid this Eid day and setting a good example. We all need to ensure we minimise disruption to our neighbours.
Please Park your vehicles responsibly in the mosque free car parks or side streets and not blocking any driveways.
Please listen to the instructions of our stewards, security guards and volunteers as they are working to maintain your safety and keep mosque matters run smoothly.
If possible, please walk to the mosque or share traveling to the mosque.
Properly secure your belongings and do not leave any valuables on display etc.
Take responsibility of your children; keep them with you at all times.
Place your shoes on the shoe racks or put them in the carrier bags provided by the mosque.
Please switch-off your mobile phones or on silent mode.
Do not block walkways – keep them clear at all times.
Avoid unnecessary talking in the prayer halls.
Please send us your feed-back if you have got any suggestions, complaints or comments regarding above or any other matter relating to the mosque activities for improvement.
© 2017 Birmingham Central Mosque. All Rights Reserved.
Website designed by Ummah-Design.com