IN PICTURES: Brierfield community gets together to break Ramadan fast

Crowds of people gathered under one roof on Friday to celebrate a community Iftar and raise almost £1,000 for charity.

Monday, 3rd June 2019, 4:45 pm
Delicious food is served at the time of Iftar

A feast of delicious food was served at Brierfield Community Centre to Muslim women and children at the time of Iftar - the breaking of the Ramadan fast.

The event was attended by The Mayor of Brierfield, Arim Ghous and saw people browsing around various stalls selling homemade sweets and cakes, jewellery, Islamic items and many more.

Organiser, Mahdiya Khan, said community spirit was alive and well and everyone enjoyed a splendid evening.

Prayers are read out during the night
Food is served
Prayers are read out
Food is served
Guests say a prayer
Guests enjoy the food
Guests enjoy the food
Guests enjoy the food served
Various stalls were on offer
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