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AICP Youth Camp
We praise and thank Allah for the blessings of Islam. We ask Allah to raise the rank of our Prophet Muhammad, sallallaahu ^alayhi wa sallam, and his Companions.
We ask that Allah grant us the proper intention, the ability to understand and the reward in the Hereafter.
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend our 2014 AICP North Youth Camp. We hope that both brothers and sisters will spend the weekend with us as we learn and enjoy the wonderful fellowship of Muslims.
The programme will start at 7pm on Friday, August 22nd and end at 7pm on Sunday, August 24th.
The programme will run from the Sunniyy Centre, Francis Street, Halifax (HX1 5JY) and the Raven Street Centre, Raven Street, Halifax (HX1 4NB).
The camp is open to males and females aged 11-16 (exceptions may apply).
Segregated accommodation will be provided for males and females.
Registration: All attendees must register by completing an application form. This can be downloaded by following this link: https://db.tt/Lc9Tee8G
The form will need to be signed by a parent/guardian.
Driving instructions: These can be obtained by visiting http://maps.google.co.uk/and entering HX1 5JY as your point of destination. As you near the site, please follow our yellow AICP signs. If you need further information, then e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01422 255883 and we will be happy to assist you in any way we can.
Males and females aged 11-16: £20
Children aged 4-6: £15 (crèche facilities only available for approved volunteers).
Our fees help us to cover the costs of running the camp and include all meals and on-site accommodation. We would be grateful if you could provide advanced notice of any special dietary requirements.
Sisters’ sleeping accommodation will be in the Madrasah building.
Brothers will be accommodated at the Raven Street Centre and East West House.
Any available mattresses will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. We will give greater consideration to those with special needs. Please bring your own sleeping bags and/or blankets as these will not be provided by our staff.
Suggested Supply List:
- Notebook and pen
- Sleeping bag/bedding/pillows/blankets and sleeping clothes
- A limited number of sleeping mats will be available - consider bringing your own inflatable mattress
- Toiletries (showers available on-site)
There are various shops close to both sites. For further information please contact our staff.
The camp fee covers the cost of accommodation, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Snacks, miswaaks, scarves, compasses and other items will be on sale at our tuck-shop. If attendees bring pocket money, we advise that this be no more than £20.
When & Where
The Association of Islamic Charitable Projects was established in the UK in 1995. Our aim is to educate both children and adults about the Islamic tradition and to present our religion to people of all backgrounds. AICP UK believes that the key to dealing with modern social problems is empowerment through learning. Students leave our classes equipped with the tools that they need to lead lives of civic-mindedness and social responsibility. The authentic religious knowledge that we impart is derived from the soundest scriptural sources and we transmit our teachings of the Prophetic tradition through a continuous, unbroken chain of narration. We therefore enjoy widespread acceptance within the Muslim community. AICP UK is focused upon the continuation of our critical work within the Muslim community and we are keen to participate with other organisations that share our goals. As a non-profit organisation, our efforts are dependent upon the fund-raising activities of our members. We therefore welcome both practical and financial support from all those who wish to aid our cause. We believe that through concerted mutual effort, we can overcome our many contemporary social problems and build prosperous and peaceful communities.