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Bristol Muslim Cultural Society (BMCS) was established in 1986 and is one of the oldest voluntary sector non-profit making organisations in the City. We are based in Easton, at the heart of a culturally diverse inner city area of Bristol.

Our aim is to empower the Muslim community in Bristol and the surrounding area to further the economic (employment, enterprise, training) educational, recreational, cultural and social needs of the Muslim community, while encouraging their active participation in mainstream society, and provide support to interested stakeholders.

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Bristol Muslim Marriage Event

Bristol Muslim Marriage Event

Saturday 26th August 2017

TIME: 1PM to 4PM

VENUE: BAWA Ballroom, 589 Southmead Rd, Filton, Bristol, BS34 7RG



** First 300 to book & complete Profile get free spaces

To book or for more information: Tel: 07956 983 609

The ALL Muslim Marriage Event is open to ALL MUSLIMs in the UK irrespective of age, status, background be it race, level of faith, citizenship, profession etc.

Muslim Marriage Events have been organizing successful marriage events over the last 10 years.

Organised in conjunction with Bristol Muslim Cultural Society.

Sponsored by Islamic Relief


*** Finsbury Park Attack – 19th June 2017 ***

As a nation most of us will be once again reeling with a sense of shock and sadness at the news of yet another terror attack. This time in Finsbury Park, London. Firstly our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families and those affected.

This is an absolutely disgusting attack on innocent people. No sane human could justify such behaviour. As an act of extreme violence it was once again an attack on all of us a nation.

Sadly again at a loss for appropriate words to describe my feelings I’m forced to question how a so-called human being’s heart can become so darkened, blinded and filled with hate that it resorts to such barbaric behaviour. The timing of this attack is especially shocking as we are still mourning our dead from the recent Grenfell Fire.

As they say terror has no religion. It only has hate.

In recent years we rightly brought a stop to someone like Anjem Choudhry who’s hate filled views caused division and disunity in our country. In the same vein now we need to tackle the hate filled views espoused by the likes of Paul Golding of Britain First, Tommy Robinson and many others etc that have been given free reign to cause discord in our country.

Their vile and hate loaded views are contrary to a British way of life of working in unity and harmony for a better and stronger nation.

No doubt their words and views inspired the likes of the man who sadly killed MP Jo Cox last year and possibly inspired the person who carried out this recent attack. I’m sure these same views also offer a twisted inspiration and validation to those who carry out acts of xenophobic violence and vandalism on innocent people day in day out in recent times up and down the country.

This is not about them versus us.

This is about hope versus hate.

Let’s all work together as a nation to ensure that hope wins.

As usual I close with the prayers that seem to have become apt for these unfortunate situations.

Let's pray that Allah helps the victims and their families at this difficult time. Ameen.

Let's pray that Allah brings the evil people behind such attacks here or anywhere in the world to justice swiftly. Ameen.

Let's pray that once again as a nation and continent we have the courage and resolve to stay united and stand together in the face of such abhorrent acts of evil. Ameen.

A heavy-hearted.

Rizwan Ahmed
Bristol Muslim Cultural Society
& Muslim Chaplain Bristol University


Reporting Islamophobia Bristol

Reporting Islamophobia. In light of recent events general safety tips and advice on how to report Islamophobia and other hate crimes. Please clidk here or image above for newsletter.


Islamic dates

Useful Islamic Calendar Dates for Planning Work Holidays

Please allow plus or minus one day either way when planning as exact dates will be determined nearer time depending on sighting of new moon. The dates provided here are based on the dates adopted by the Fiqh Council of North America.

Please note that these dates are based on astronomical calculations to affirm each date.

Ramadhan 2017
Expected to start Saturday 27th of May 2017 and will continue until (if fasting 30 days) Sunday 25th June 2017.

Eid al Fitr 2017
Sunday 25th June 2017

Eid al Adha 2017
Friday 1st September 2017

Hajj 2017
Wednesday 30th August 2017 to Monday 4th September 201

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Useful Calendar Dates.


what islam means

As part of Islam Awareness Week that ran from 17th March to 24th March, Bristol Muslim Cultural Societies young volunteers and youth committee from Bristol produced a short film entitled "What Islam Means to Me" to challenge some of the stereotypes around Islam and Muslims.

CLICK HERE or image above to watch on You Tube:



Bristol Muslims Make History at Lord Mayors Civic Ceremony

The Lord Mayor’s Annual Civic Service has been taking place for hundreds of years at the Lord Mayors Chapel in College Green, Bristol. The Chapel itself is around 800 years old. In order to reflect the faith of the current Lord Mayor of Bristol, (Councillor Faruk Choudhury), this year it was decided to include a contribution from the Muslim community.

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BMCS Moves To New Offices
We have moved to new premises.

Our new addresss is:
Bristol Muslim Cultural Society
35 Mivart Street (Just off St.Marks Road)
Easton, Bristol, BS5 6JF.

Tel: 0117 952 1802

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