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Masjid is open - Announcement

Assalam Aleykum wa rahmatullah wa barikatu
We have strict COVID-19 guidelines which will need to be adhered to at all times.

1. You MUST wear face masks inside the Masjid and if you are in a queue.

2. Bring your own prayer mat.

3. Bring a carrier bag for your shoes.

4. Contact details and temperature checks will required on entry.

5. NO Wadu or Toilet facilities (please perform your wadu at home)

6. NO children under the age of 12 years.

7. NO adults over the age of 70 years.

8. Please do not come to the Masjid if you are unwell, have underlying health issues or show any symptoms of COVID-19.

9. Due to capacity, Sisters will not be permitted.

10. Please keep your distance at all times. 

11. Please do not make any physical contact with others (handshake or hugging).

12. Please do not gather inside or outside the Masjid.

13. Donations can be made via bank transfer or online.

*Please DO NOT come if you have any fever, cough, headaches and flu/COVID-19 symptoms including loss of smell and taste of food. If you have any further questions please contact us 

Jazak Allah Khairan.


The Cambridge Muslim Trust is the legal entity behind the Masjid and Islamic Centre project. The charity is also regsitered under this organisation.
Registered Charity Number: 1125964 
Board of Trustees


Contact the Board of Trustees on the following details:

Cambridge Muslims Trust 
PO Box 423,
Cambridge CB5 8ZT, UK
Tel: 0845 6123 353 
Fax: 0871 242 9696 
From abroad: +44 845 6123 353 

The Management Team
The management team run the day to day affairs of the centre. They are responsible for organising events, facilities management and community projects and services.

You're welcome to contact any of the management team members to discuss any ideas, requests, concerns or general feedaback. You can contact us directly on our phones or email us on the address below:


Measuring success.
The previous generation has done most of the hard work so that the coming generations can focus on education, providing guidance to others and becoming a benefit to society.