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Masjid At-Tawheed
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39 Northgate Street, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR30 1BH
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West Norfolk Islamic Centre
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The West Norfolk Islamic association (WNIA) main objective is to meet the need of the West Norfolk Muslims community. This will be through the propagation and projection of the true Islamic teachings and the provision of adequate place for prayers and other religious occasions as well as Islamic education to Muslim children. There are more than 80 Muslim families resident in West Norfolk area representing different ethnic backgrounds from 18 different countries. The West Norfolk Islamic Association “WNIA” was established 18 years ago as a registered Charity to look after the Muslim community needs. There is a muslim centre (where quran and hadith lessons are taken) in the high st, above Gossip, but Jummah is usually prayed at Providence St, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 5ET, United Kingdom‎. During the past three years we are looking to purchase a property for a mosque/centre. But are in need of funds. Reg Charity No. 803651. Please visit website or e-mail for more details.
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East Anglian Bangladeshi Islamic Centre
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70 Rose Lane, Norwich, Norfolk NR1 1
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UEA Islamic Society Mosque
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Chancellors Drive, Norwich, Norfolk NR4
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Ihsan Islamic Centre
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Chapel Field East, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1
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Norwich Ihsan Mosque
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15 Chapel Field East, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1
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Norfolk and Norwich Muslim Association Community Centre
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286 Dereham Road, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 3UU
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The Ihsan Mosque
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The Muslim community of Norwich, which uses the Ihsan Mosque in Chaplefield East, is made up of approximately 150 men, women and children from a wide variety of backgrounds. The majority are British- born converts to Islam and is thus the only continuous, indigenous Muslim community in Britain and the mosque the first in the UK to be established by British converts to Islam. The building itself was built in 1876 and was originally a school called the St Peter Mancroft School for Boys. In the mid-70s the early members of the community began renting the building and using it as a Mosque. In 1977 an Egyptian businessman came to Norwich and was so touched by the community that he decided to purchase the building on behalf of the community with some money left to him by his mother. His only request was that the Mosque be named after his mother Ihsan.
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