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The Ahmadiyya Movement in the UK has over 80 local branches with a membership of several thousand. The History section on this page gives more details of our organisation, and to find out more please contact...
Ahmadiyya Muslim Association - Huddersfield website
Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, Spen Valley have more than 50 members in Gomersal, Liversedge, Batley Dewsbury area.
The members of community meet every Friday for prayer in a Hall in Gomersal.
The Ansaar Organisation is a voluntary, non-profit community based group dedicated to develop a successful and confident community through networking, educating, encouraging and empowering young people...
Ansaar Organisation website
Mostly aimed at the South Asian population in Huddersfield. Aims to educate people about health and well being, especially about heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure. This is done through a...
Bismillah Association is a group where elderly people come together to take part in social gatherings like playing draughts, reading newspapers and a luncheon club.
Meet: Monday and Thursday 10am to 4pm.
Develops opportunities for South Asian women across Huddersfield. Promotes educational and health awareness for women, arranging educational, health and exercise classes, and social events.
A social club for older men. Open on a drop-in basis every day from 2pm to 7.30pm.
Mosque, madressah and education centre.
Asian women's group which provides healthy cooking and food, exercise, massage, socialising and discussions.
Meets every Wednesday 10.30am to 1.30pm.
The Institute is an organisation established to fulfil the needs of the local Pakistani, and in particular Muslim community.
Hanfia Mosque and Institute (Lockwood, Huddersfield) website