DATE: Sunday 25th August
TIME: 12PM to 6PM
VENUE: Eastville Park, Fishponds Rd/Muller Rd, Eastville, Bristol
It is that time of year again and the eagerly awaited Islamic Cultural Fayre is back for it’s 14th year!
Now one of the largest events of its kind in the SW of England.
It annually attracts over 10,000 from across the region and other parts of the UK..
The Islamic Cultural Fayre 2013 Bazaar promises to be an Aladdin’s cave of diverse
colorful stall’s selling everything from perfumes, incense, picture frames & posters,
artefacts, clothing, CD’s & DVD’s, books, jewellery, health products and much more.
ALSO LIVE ENTERTAINMENT FEATURING:
>> Muslim Belal
Spoken word performance poet. His poetry combines spiritualis
with social issues and his own personal history
>> Matti Hemmings
Pro BMX Flatland Rider Performing BMX tricks on stage
>> Kamal Uddin
Vocal only Nasheed Artisit (TBC)
PLUS! - BAZAAR – FUNFAIR RIDES – EXOTIC FOODS - ISLAMIC GOODS-
EXHIBITIONS – FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT - AND MUCH MORE!
FOR KIDS! - Workshops and activities by M-Shed, Unviversity of Bristol, Islamic Relief, Avon Fire Service and more…
Prayer facilities to perform Zuhr in congregation on the day will be provided.
EVERYONE WELCOME – FREE ADMISSION – FREE PARKING – FREE YOUR MIND!
Entry is free and everyone is welcome of all ages and all backgrounds.
To book a stall at the Islamic Cultural Fayre please email or
contact BMCS with details of your stall and we will send you the appropriate form.
Please note: the deadline for booking stalls is Tuesday 20th August 2013.
Booking after this date subject to availability.
For further information please call:
Bristol Muslim Cultural Society on
0117 952 1802. Email: email@example.com
Huge Thank You To Liberal Judaism and LJY-Netzer for a fantastic partnership project!
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“Still pursuing the agenda of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry…”
Bristol community anti-racist groups invite you to a discussion with Dr Richard Stone on ways forward, led by a reading from his recently published book of “Hidden Stories of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry”
Monday 15th July 2013 18:00-20:00 The City Academy, The Fielden Theatre, Russell Town Avenue, Redfield, Bristol BS5 9JH
Dr Stone was a panel member of the 1997-99 Stephen Lawrence Inquiry as adviser to the judge, Sir William Macpherson This is the first in a series of visits to each of the six inner city areas visited by the Lawrence Inquiry in 1998.
This is an opportunity for the public to discuss with Dr Stone: Current concerns about racism in Bristol, especially of younger people who were too young to know about the Lawrence Inquiry Report on progress which has or has not been made Identify how we can work together to make the necessary change.
Download further information here: Hidden Stories Invite 15th July 2013