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We praise Allah and thank Him for the blessings of Islam. We ask Allah to raise the rank of our Prophet Muhammad, sallallahu ^alayhi wa sallam, and his Companions and to protect his nation from what he feared for it. 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 2015 AICP UK Spring Camp. We hope that both brothers and sisters will spend the weekend with us as we learn and enjoy the wonderful fellowship of Muslims.
Please note: this camp is open to anyone aged 14 and over (0-2 babies will be allowed accompanied with a parent). For events and camps dedicated to addressing the needs of those aged 3-13, please email: email@example.com
Inshaa-`Allaah, the programme will start at
6pm on Thursday, April 2nd and end at 6pm on Sunday, April 5th.
The programme will run from the Sunniyy Centre, Francis Street, Halifax (HX1 5JY) and the Raven Street Centre, (HX1 4NB).
Segregated accommodation will be made available to brothers and sisters.
Sisters' Support: contact Shaazia Faarooq on 07989 687552.
Brothers' Support: contact ^Aqeel Ayyoob on 07976 921128.
Registration: All attendees need to register via https://2015aicpukspringcamp.eventbrite.co.uk
Driving directions 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 07976 921128 and we will be very happy to assist you in any way we can.
Arrival: Once onsite you can collect your camp pack from our 'welcome desk' from Thursday 2nd April 3pm.
Adults (18 and over): £35
Ages 14-17: £30
Children aged 0-2: Free.
Family discount of £5 per person is available to groups of 4 or more and includes immediate relatives only, i.e., brothers, sisters and children etc.
Reduced rate of £25 available to those attending from Halifax and within 20 miles of the site.
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 families and the elderly. Please bring your own sleeping bags and/or blankets as these will not be provided by our staff. There are also a number of hotels and B&Bs nearby.
Suggested Supply List:
• Notebook and pen
• Sleeping bag/bedding/pillows/blankets and sleeping clothes
• A limited number of foam mattresses will be available -
we advise you to consider bringing your own inflatable mattress
• Toiletries (showers available on-site)
Stall bookings: Please email your enquiry to: email@example.com
AICP Camp Shop and Souvenirs: Snacks and drinks will be available for purchase from our camp shops. In addition, a limited number of exclusive camp souvenirs will be available for purchase with all proceeds going to the charity.
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.