Preston is being invited to discover more about Ramadan by a city mosque.Advertisement
Salaam Masjid in Watling Street Road, Fulwood, is opening the doors during Sunday.
A Ramadan talk and exhibition is being held after last year’s event proved very popular.
Arabic coffee and dates are served and visitors can take a tour of the mosque.
Leader organiser Molana Amjad said: “The event was a huge success last year and thanks to Allah we’re expecting even more people this year.
“We have a very close relationship with the local community and especially the churches. I’m very much looking forward to welcoming everyone.”
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Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar when Muslims do not eat or drink from dawn to sunset.
The event is on Sunday (13 May) from 11am to 3pm. Parking is available at Bhailok Square.
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Dress code for men is shirt and trousers, for women it is ankle length skirt/loose trousers or a full blouse or dress and head scarves. The mosque will have spare head scarves available.