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Monday, 19 November 2018

Muslims Encouraged to be Good Neighbours

Lord Nazir Ahmed has launched a new pamphlet about Muslim values which encourages members of the Muslim community to build bridges with their neighbours. Copies of the leaflet are available from Darnall Forum and the PMC.
Picture of the Neighbours pamphlet front cover

Chair of Darnall Forum, Mothour Rahman, said: 'We at Darnall Forum believe in building harmony in the community, and anything which encourages peace, love and unity, and the integration of different communities into the life of their neighbourhood, is something we are glad to support. We are pleased to be able to help distribute this pamphlet, which is also supported by the Muslim Council of Britain and the East London Mosque.'

The picture shows Mothiur with Neil Bishop, the manager of the Forum, and Zahira Naz, who is one of our community workers.

Pictures from our Hallowe'en Event

A montage of pictures from our recent Hallowe'en event in Tinsley
This is a montage of pictures from our most recent community event, held at the Tinsley Tingas Centre to celebrate Hallowe'en. About 300 people of all ages and cultures came together to have a good time celebrating a traditional British Hallowe'en and to find out about other more serious opportunities to get involved in community life. The event was sponsored by Meadowhall and British Land.

Community Groups Meet to Think About the Future of Darnall

Community group representatives meeting to discuss the future of DarnallA wide range of voluntary and community groups, including local mosques and churches, have begun meeting to think about the future of Darnall and the help and resources that its residents need. Some of the group representatives are pictured meeting in 'plenary session', and local religious leaders are pictured taking part in a 'workshop session'.

Local religious leaders talking together about the future Of Darnall
If your group wasn't represented and you would like to get involved, please contact Neil at