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Join the Qadria Trust and scale the highest mountain in the Brecon Beacons. All in aid of raising funds for the Islamic Centre of Britain.

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Mount Pen-y-Fan Challenge 2021

7th August 2021

Would you like to do something awesome this year? Then how about you Climb Mount Pen-Y-Fan for charity and help us establish one of the largest Islamic Centres in Britain?

Climbing Mount Pen-y-Fan is on the to-do list of many a hiking enthusiast in the UK. Why not add it to yours and say a big yes to the Qadria Trust Pen-Y-Fan Challenge 2021. It’s a fantastic thing to do for a great cause – helping establish one of the largest Islamic centres in Britain.

The Challenge – Have You Got What It Takes?

Standing at a majestic 886m, Mount Pen-y-Fan is the highest mountain in South Wales and the highest point of the historic county of Brecknockshire.

Pen-y-Fan is the highest peak in south Wales, situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park. At 886 metres (2,907 ft) above sea-level, it is also the highest British peak south of Cadair Idris in Snowdonia.

Set in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales, there are waterfalls, lakes and historic villages galore.

Are You Ready for the Qadria Trust Pen-y-Fan Challenge?

Don’t miss your chance to join the Qadria Trust challenge of a lifetime. You’ll make friends for life as you trek alongside dozens of other participants from across the UK and it’s all for a fantastic cause – The Islamic centre of Britain. Think you’re up for it?

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The Cause – The Islamic Centre of Britain

The importance of our faith has never been in question, especially during times of hardship, this faith provides the solace that we need to empower ourselves to face the day, especially during this time of Covid-19 pandemic.

Situated at the heart of every Muslim community around the world, mosques are central to life as a Muslim. Indeed, the first act of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), upon his arrival in Medina was to build a mosque.

Qadria Trust was established in 2005 as a small mosque for the local Sparkbrook community in Birmingham (UK), since then, as the size of the congregation grew the mosque was expended accordingly.

A great need to expand the facility became clear as the premises were hugely under capacity. Qadria Trust’s vision was to create the future - Preserving the past. Our ambitious was to build a state of the art multi-million-pound Islamic Hub. Which aims to deliver vital services not just for the Muslims of West Midlands, but for the whole local community. Placing a particular emphasis on youth, education and community welfare, the centre will engage with its neighbours, enabling respect from the whole community.

It is our dream to establish a largest Islamic Centre in Europe (ICOB) by providing the community facilities for social, cultural, spiritual, economic, educational, and training activities. To create a facility which should be of outstanding beauty a modern architecture, be a landmark hub for the community.

So, please join us this August by climbing Mount Pen-y-Fan and supporting our Islamic Centre. Thank you!

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Register for the Pen-y-Fan Challenge 2021

As Qadria Trust Challenges go, this one’s up there! Are you ready to climb Mount Pen-y-Fan for charity?

To be part of this awesome experience, click the link to register now and start raising money to provide Islamic education for life.

Registration fee: £25

(Transport and refreshments will be provided)

For further information, please contact:

Syed Ali, Head Of Fundraising

Call: 07934 121 031

Email: hof@qadriatrust.com

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