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BMHCNEWSLETTER OCTOBER 2016 / ISSUE 14 Reg. Charity No. 1110104

BMHC COMMUNITY „„THE MUSLIM NEWS AWARDS

‘EXCELLENCE IN THE COMMUNITY’ „„RAMADAN AND EID „„NEIGHBOURS IFTAR „„EID FESTIVAL 2016 „„EID UL ADHA „„HERITAGE MATRIMONIAL SERVICE „„HEALTH, FITNESS AND SPORTING

ACTIVITIES ƒƒ ARCHERY AT THE BMHC „„YOUTH ACTIVITIES AT THE BMHC: ƒƒ SCOUTS AT THE BMHC ƒƒ GIRLS YOUTH ACTIVITIES BY

SHINE „„HERITAGE ACADEMY

Mr Nasar Mahmood (Chairman,BMHC ) Dr Wakas Khan (Chair of Mosaic) and Mr Adnan Saif (Chief Executive, BMHC) with the award.

„„JUMMAH AT THE AT THE BMHC „„5 AMAZING PROPHETS

BMHC ACADEMY „„STORIES OF SACRIFICE

EXHIBITION „„RASHID COURSE „„GCSE ISLAMIC CLASS AND

RESULTS FOR 2015/16 „„COMMUNITY FUNERAL FOR THE

THREE MEN KILLED IN ACCIDENT „„ARABIC LANGUAGE CLASS (FOR

BEGINNERS) „„ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSE FOR

THE MUSLIM NEWS AWARDS ‘EXCELLENCE IN THE COMMUNITY' The British Muslim Heritage Centre was awarded the Al Biruni Award for Excellence in Community Relations at this year’s Muslim News Awards. The coveted The Muslim News Awards for Excellence event was held on Wednesday 20th April 2016 in central London. It was an inspiring evening of Muslim talent and their contributions to British society. This year’s nominees include British female Atomweight Muay Thai boxing champion, Ruqsana Begum, entrepreneur Tariq Usmani, and journalist Nabeelah Jaffer among those shortlisted for Britain’s most prestigious Muslim awards.

LADIES (FOR BEGINNERS) „„REACH OUT WITH FAITH

The event was held in the presence of Greg Clark, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Kate Green, Shadow Minister for Women and

BMHC DEVELOPMENT „„BMHC STRATEGY „„HERITAGE RADIO

BMHC ENTERPRISE

Equalities, Angus Robertson, SNP Westminster Leader, Baroness Manzoor, Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Work and Pensions and Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London.

COLLEGE ROAD, WHALLEY RANGE, MANCHESTER, M16 8BP 0161 881 8062  ADMINISTRATOR@BMHC.ORG.UK  WWW.BMHC.ORG.UK

„„VENUE FOR HIRE “Oh mankind! We created you from a single (pair) of a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that you may know each other...” - Quran 49:13


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TIMETABLE & EVENTS MONDAY

WEDNESDAY

SATURDAY

Arabic Language Class

Al-Huda Qur’an Tafseer for Ladies

Al-Huda Qur’an Tafseer for Ladies

(for beginners)

(English or Urdu)

(English or Urdu)

7:00pm - 9:00pm

10:00am - 1:30pm

10:00am - 1:00pm

Email: administrator@bmhc.org.uk

Email: alhudamanchester@gmail.com

Email: alhudamanchester@gmail.com

Tel: 0161 881 8062

Tel: 07866 313 010 / 07738 940 319

Tel: 07866 313 010 / 07738 940 319

07403 296 539 Heritage Academy 5:15pm - 7:00pm

Heritage Academy

SUNDAY

Email: administrator@bmhc.org.uk

5:15pm - 7:00pm

Al-Huda Qur’an Tafseer for Ladies

Tel: 0161 881 8062

Email: administrator@bmhc.org.uk

(English)

Tel: 0161 881 8062

10:00am - 1:30pm Email: alhudamanchester@gmail.com

BMHC Archery Club

Tel: 07866 313 010 / 07738 940 319

4:00pm - 7:00pm

Quran Reflections Class

Email: administrator@bmhc.org.uk

7:00pm - 9:00pm

Tel: 0161 881 8062

Email: administrator@bmhc.org.uk

BMHC Scouts Group

Tel: 0161 881 8062

10:00am - 12:00pm • Beavers Group: 6 - 8 yrs

TUESDAY

• Cubs Group: 8 - 10½ yrs

English Language Course for

THURSDAY

• Scouts (Girls) Group: 10½ - 14 yrs

Ladies (for beginners)

Al-Huda Qur’an Tafseer for Ladies

• Scouts (Boys) Group: 10½ - 14 yrs

10:30am - 12:30pm

(English or Urdu)

Email: waqas.qadir@

Email: administrator@bmhc.org.uk

10:00am - 1:30pm

mansouthscouts.org.uk

Tel: 0161 881 8062

Email: alhudamanchester@gmail.com

Tel: 0161 881 8062 / 07415 387400

Tel: 07866 313 010 / 07738 940 319 Heritage Academy

BMHC Archery Club

5:15pm - 7:00pm

Heritage Academy

12:00am - 5:00pm

Email: administrator@bmhc.org.uk

5:15pm - 7:00pm

Email: administrator@bmhc.org.uk

Tel: 0161 881 8062

Email: administrator@bmhc.org.uk

Tel: 0161 881 8062

Tel: 0161 881 8062 GCSE Religious Education (Islamic Studies) 7:00pm - 8:30pm

FRIDAY

Email: administrator@bmhc.org.uk

Jummah Prayer

caryl.clavering@yahoo.co.uk

1:00pm

Tel: 0161 881 8062

Email: administrator@bmhc.org.uk Tel: 0161 881 8062

BMHC Archery Club 4:00pm - 7:00pm

SHINE Girls Youth Club

Email: administrator@bmhc.org.uk

7:00pm - 9:30pm

Tel: 0161 881 8062

Email: admin@youth-shine.org.uk Tel: 07757 365 458

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BMHC COMMUNITY

RAMADHAN AND EID

EID FESTIVAL 2016

For the Holy month of Ramadan, the British

The British Muslim Heritage Centre (BMHC)

Muslim Heritage Centre (BMHC) made arrangements

was delighted to once again host a family and

for Taraweeh (Ramadan evening prayer) and Iftars

community event on a huge scale. The rich

(fast-breaking meals) which were held every Saturday

and diverse community of Manchester was reflected

and during the last 10 days of Ramadan.

in the people who attended in their thousands to the annual BMHC Eid Festival. The festival brought

Up to 700 people packed the Centre every evening

communities together regardless of faith, race and

to attend the taraweeh prayers. The prayers and

background. The festival was held over two days on

Qur’an recitation were inspiringly led by Sheikh

Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th July 2016, where we

Mohammed Salata from Egypt and on one occasion

hosted over 4,000 people.

by the renowned Qari (Reciter) from Saudia Arabia Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Oussi. On the day of Eid, families attended the two Eid prayers en mass. We estimate that at least 3,000 people attended the two Eid prayers. This year the Eid prayers were held in the main building and also in the marquee. The family friendly event featured an exciting array

EID UL ADHA

of activities such as a family tent with workshops, activities and henna stalls, a fantastic family funfair, and halal food stations where people experienced a

Eid-Al-Adha this year was on Monday 12th September

variety of food.

2016. Families attended the two Eid prayers at the BMHC en mass. Around 4,000 people attended the two Eid prayers which took place in our marquee and in the main building.

NEIGHBOURS IFTAR The British Muslim Heritage Centre (BMHC) held its annual neighbours Iftar on Friday 17th June 2016. The annual neighbours Iftar provides our local neighbours with an opportunity to learn about the services and projects that the BMHC runs for the community and also gives the BMHC an opportunity to share BMHC’s progress and future plans. This year guest at the Iftar included volunteers from the newly launched Heritage Radio team.

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BMHC COMMUNITY

HERITAGE MATRIMONIALS

BMHC SCOUTS GROUP

Are you looking to get married, or do you know

Scouting offers fun challenges and everyday

someone who would like this year to be the year

adventure to over 450,000 young people in the UK

that they find their soul mate and life partner, for

alone.

both this life and the hereafter? The principles of Scouting encourage young people to The BMHC has developed its marriage introduction

develop inner discipline, be involved in group activities

service, that will provide an opportunity for aspiring

with others, understand the world around them and

couples to meet in an Islamic environment. With the

help create a more tolerant and caring society.

help of our excellent volunteers, our first event in early 2014 was a great success.

BMHC Scout Group was established in November 2014 and has continued to grow ever since. We

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Register today at www.heritagematrimonials.co.uk.

currently have four Scouts groups over three sections:

It will be an opportunity to invite suitable candidates

Beaver Scouts (6 to 8 year olds), Cub Scouts (8 to

of your choice, for a chaperoned meeting in the

10½ year olds) and two Scouts (10½ to 14 year olds).

magnificent building at the BMHC, on selected and

The weekly sessions take place at British Muslim

advertised dates.

Heritage Centre during school terms.

We will ensure you are well looked after at the events,

Our Cubs and Scouts enjoying a full day in the Lake

and any queries will be handled sensitively and

District with various challenging activities on Sunday

discreetly.

16th October.

All information on clients is carefully monitored

If you have any questions or would like to get your

and there will be an opportunity to speak directly

child involved in Scouting, please contact our

to a member of the Heritage Matrimonials team on

Group Scout Leader (GSL): Waqas Qadir: 07415

the phone.

387400, waqas.qadir@mansouthscouts.org.uk


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BMHC ACADEMY

ARCHERY AT THE BMHC The Whalley Range Archery Club (WRAC) at the

COMMUNITY FUNERAL FOR THE THREE MEN KILLED IN CAR ACCIDENT

British Muslim Heritage Centre was established in October 2015 and has continued to grow ever

Almost 4,000 people attended one of the largest

since. So far we have successfully run many 6 week

funeral prayers in the history of Manchester which

beginners courses and we will be open to take new

took place at the BMHC on Thursday 5th May 2016.

members from September 2016.

The funeral prayers were for three youths who died in a car accident in Whalley Range. People from as far

We run regular 8 week beginners courses for adults

away as Scotland and the south east made the long

(age 16+) and juniors (age 10 – 16). Upon completion

journey to pray for the three friends who died.

of the beginners course, an individual can join any Archery Club in the UK including WRAC at the BMHC.

Short Islamic reminders were delivered to the congregation from family members and local Imams.

All equipment is provided for the beginners courses.

The funeral prayer received local press coverage in

All participants need to do is bring themselves and

the media. A lot of positive feedback received from

plenty of enthusiasm.

members of the community on the organisation of such a large gathering for a funeral prayer.

For more information about registering for 6 weeks beginners’ courses or to volunteer to help run the Archery Club at the BMHC please call 0161 881 8062, or email administrator@bmhc.org.uk.

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STORIES OF SACRIFICE EXHIBITION The ‘Stories of Sacrifice’ exhibition was launched in

High Profile Guests

January 2016, dedicated to the bravery and sacrifice of

We have also had a number of high profile visits to the Centre

hundreds of thousands of Muslim soldiers who fought

and exhibition.

for Britain in World War One (WW1). Since its launch, we have been receiving and continue to receive regular visits to the exhibition from the local community to national and international visitors. Just in the last few months we have had students from 12 different institutions, which included 60 Children from Crystal Garden Primary School Bradford, a visit from St Edmund's (C of E) Primary School and 30 undergraduate students studying BA (Hons) in Religion, Culture and Society from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan).

On Wednesday 15th June 2016 the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan in his first public visit outside London after becoming the Mayor visited the exhibition and took part in live programme on our new Radio station.

Crystal Garden Primary School Bradford

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Undergraduate students from the University of Central Lancashire

St Edmund's (C of E) Primary School

On Friday 8th April 2016, Natalie Bennett, the Green Party Leader visited the exhibition and shared her vision for a greener world.


BMHC ACADEMY

On Monday 25th April 2016, leading figures from faith groups, Manchester City Council, the European Parliament and Greater Manchester Police, joined other dignitaries and community group representatives visited our Stories of Sacrifice Exhibition and attended a special event to support the Greater Manchester launch of One Britain One Nation.

On Thursday 22nd of September 2016, General Sir Nick Carter, the head of the Army visited the exhibition and met representatives from the Muslim communities from across the North West. General Carter, the Army’s Chief of the General Staff (CGS), explained that the Army must draw talent from every community in Britain if it is to succeed and remain relevant. He also had praise for the skills being nurtured in the region, adding: “Manchester is notable for its scientific and engineering output – skills that we are seeking in the Army – and being the city where scientists first split the atom and developed the storedprogram computer, where better to look for talent?” Adnan Saif, CEO of the British Muslim Heritage Centre, said: “The Heritage Centre welcomes the visit of General Sir Nick Carter to the Centre. The Centre's mission is to build trust and understanding between the Muslim community and the rest of society.” The exhibition is open to the public 7 days a week. We

On Tuesday 19th April 2016, senior leaders from governments, businesses and NGO’s from across the 53 countries of the Commonwealth visited our ‘Stories of Sacrifice’ exhibition at the British Muslim Heritage Centre.

also have a mobile exhibition which is available to book.

The group were taking part in the CSCLeaders programme, which is an annual global leadership programme organised by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh Commonwealth Study Conferences (UK Fund) and Common Purpose.

Friday | 10:30am – 12:30pm and 2:30pm – 5:00pm

EXHIBITION OPENING TIMES Monday to Thursday | 10:30am – 5:00pm Saturday | 11:30am – 4:00pm Sunday | 11:30am – 4:00pm www.storiesofsacrifice.org.uk

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GCSE ISLAMIC CLASS AND RESULTS FOR 2015/16

ARABIC LANGUAGE CLASS (FOR BEGINNERS)

This year almost 60 students took their GCSE Religions

We recently launched a 12 week beginners course

Studies (Islamic Studies) at the British Muslim Heritage

on Arabic language for adults at the BMHC. The

Centre. All students did very well once again. 100%

response received from the community was very high,

of the students gained A* - C grades and over 70%

and the course became full in a matter of weeks. The

gained the top grades of A* or A.

course is aimed at beginners with very little understanding of the

Recruitment for the course for academic year 2016/17

Arabic language. Students are

will begin in July 2017.

introduced to the Arabic letters and their proper pronunciation. Also selected Surahs from the Qur’an are also reviewed. If you are interested in registering onto the course when it restarts in the new year, please email: info@bmhc.org.uk

ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSE FOR LADIES (FOR BEGINNERS) At the British Muslim Heritage Centre we believe in

„„Every Tuesday 10:30am - 12:30pm

opportunities for all, but we are also sensitive to cultural

„„Taught by a professional qualified teacher

differences. Ladies only classes enable students to study the English language with a female teacher in a ladies only environment. The classes cover areas of reading, writing, speaking, listening, grammar, vocabulary and

to day conversations „„Start Date: Tuesday 8th November 2016

pronunciation, Our aim in providing these classes is to

„„Duration: 12 weeks

help students bridge the gap between the classroom and

„„Special Discounted Course Fee: £75 (normal price

the real world. The course was generously subsidised by the New College Group based in Manchester. Our Ladies-only English course is a great option if you wish to improve your everyday use of English. You will also be able to benefit from our small class sizes with a maximum of just 15 students in each class. The course covers areas of improving your reading, writing, speaking, listening, grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation.

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„„Classes focus on speaking and listening skills and day

£350) ONLY LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE!


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BMHC ACADEMY

HOW STRONG ARE WE? Dame Louise Casey, recently published a report on the findings of the review she led into opportunity and integration, and how it should be welcomed, and we should never become complacent about the state of cohesion within our society.

recent years to challenge and provide leadership on many such issues and practices. The British Muslim Heritage Centre (BMHC) is one such institution founded principally to create an environment that brings together people from different ethnic and religious backgrounds in a common endeavour to face and address such challenges. We do this not just due to the self-evidently important issue of community wellbeing, but even more importantly it is the

The review was commissioned in July 2015 by the then Prime Minister David Cameron and Home Secretary

mission of every Muslim who truly understands his or her faith. It states in the Qur’an,

Theresa May, and is the latest of no less than ten

“O mankind we created you form a single male and

such reports, papers and strategies produced by the

female and made you tribes and nations so that you

Government in the last 15 years on the same subject.

may know one another”. [Surah al-Hujurat, (49:13)]

Why is the topic of integration and community cohesion so important to the government, and why do we seem

Prophet Muhammad also mentioned,

like we are only making little progress in this regard? One

“To mix with other people and exercise patience

could quite easily ask what is uniquely different about

with their shortcomings is much better than to

Dame Casey’s review that has not been covered by

isolate yourself from them”.

previous reports and strategies? It is therefore our duty and mission in life to go out of our Some of the answers can be discerned from the

way and seek relationships and friends with those who

observations and conclusions in the report. One of the

are different from us.

main observations of the review was that, “despite the long-standing and growing diversity of our nation, and

A point we agree on with Dame Casey is that in order

the sense that people from different backgrounds get

for individuals to be able to engage they must have

on well together at a general level, community cohesion

the tools to do so, and nothing is more important than

did not feel universally strong across the country”

language. Sadly, over recent years funding for English

and that “mistrust, anxiety and prejudice grow where

language classes has been severely cut on a national

communities live separately”. Dame Casey also found,

level. However at the BMHC we recently launched English

“other, equally worrying things including high levels of

language classes that were subsidised by one of our

social and economic isolation in some places and cultural

partners in order to make them more accessible for the

and religious practices in communities that are not only

community. The result being, we have both Muslims

holding some of our citizens back but run contrary to

as well as those belonging to other faiths attending the

British values and sometimes our laws. Time and time

classes at the BMHC.

again I found it was women and children who were the targets of these regressive practices.”

In addition to this, we recently launched Heritage Radio at the BMHC that acts as a voice for all communities,

Dame Casey accuses institutions and leaders for, “not

and serves as a platform to better serve the different

doing enough to stand up against… (regressive practices)

communities. Even the BMHC itself as a venue, plays an

and protect those who were vulnerable.”

integral part in cohesion as it is a place where people of all communities can come together.

In our experience there has

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been growing awareness

We hope at the BMHC to lead by example, and

and action within the

to continue working hard to promote community

Muslim community over

cohesion and trust in the community.


BMHC DEVELOPMENT

BMHC STRATEGY OUR VISION

OUR MISSION

A trusting relationship between

Building trust between Muslims and the rest of society through

Muslims and the rest of society,

the development of collaborative and pioneering initiatives that

based on shared understanding

promote and celebrates Muslim heritage and culture making it

and shared values.

accessible to all.

OUR AIM Our aim to celebrate Muslim heritage is by raising

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awareness of what Islam is through:

This is an opportunity for you to help contribute to

„„Pioneering projects and initiatives including the world

the vision of BMHC, and be part of an inspiring and

class exhibitions of Muslim Heritage and Culture/

unique project which aims to enrich, bring together,

Civilisation.

and benefit all members of the community. Through

„„Breakthrough research and publications into Muslim heritage and culture. „„Providing rich and stimulating opportunities for

a monthly subscription of only £10 per month, the scheme aims to: „„Raise the profile of the BMHC

learning and debate on the role of minority Muslim

„„Raise much needed revenue to run activities

communities in the wider cultural development of

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society.

- Priority booking for BMHC events

- Annual Friends Dinner

being of the residents of Greater Manchester and

- Exclusive preview of exhibitions, book

Britain through appropriate community engagement

„„Realising the potential of the BMHC as a cultural institution in the economic development and well-

programmes and partnership working.

launches and other similar events

- Regular email newsletter of developments.

„„Utilising the potential of the iconic building of the BMHC as a visitor attraction and the power of

Send us the following details and we’ll do the rest:

broadcast media and the internet. Name: The BMHC will only achieve these aspirations with your

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BMHC scheme.

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 We are always looking for dedicated volunteers.  You can donate to the ongoing work directly to the

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HERITAGE RADIO Heritage Radio is here! We had a fantastic start, going on air for the very first time on the 6th of June (1st of Ramadan). You can catch us on 1602 AM and Now on DAB+ in and around Manchester and the North West and Worldwide on the Tune In App. Sadiq Khan came to Manchester before the referendum with his Yes campaign, firmly wanting to stay in the EU. Heritage Radio had the opportunity to Interview him before he went back to London and ask some interesting questions!

DAB+ We Just got Bigger on the 22nd of September we start broadcasting on DAB+. You can listen to us on your Dab radios too!

KHALED SIDDIQ Our audience love their nasheeds as do we! So we took the opportunity to interview Khaled Siddiq, and ask him about his recent success and what he’s upto next! For those who missed the interview, you can catch it on our Youtube channel!

GENERAL SIR NICK CARTER We had the pleasure of interviewing General Sir Nick Carter on his visit at the British Muslim Heritage Centre in June. He spoke of him wanting to reach out to communities and to let them know that “the doors were

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firmly open” for a career in the Army.

MUSLIM LIFESTYLE EXPO Heritage Radio were the proud media partners of the MLE 2016 – Heritage Radio was broadcasting live from the event and meeting some of you out there was great! The team was out in full force with their Heritage Radio T-shirts, we took Lots of pictures/vlogs and met up with some of your favourite celebs!


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ISLAMOPHOBIA AWARENESS MONTH

ANTI BULLYING WEEK

November is Islamophobia Awareness Month and

We are supporting Anti Bullying week which takes place

we have been getting involved with this campaign.

from the 14-18th of November and have been doing

The Myriad Foundation did a show dedicating it to

special shows through the week. You can follow our

Islamophobia Awareness Month with guest Yusuf Tai

activities on Twitter on @HeritageRadioAM

from Mend.

JOIN OUR TEAM! AMIR KHAN

We are gifted with a passionate team of people who are

Heritage Radio spoke to Amir Khan this month about

intent on making a change for the better. We would like to

the importance of charity and giving, he spoke of how

say thank you to all our volunteers that have been with us

rewarding it is and spoke about his career, what’s next for

through this journey.

him? If you missed the interview you can catch it on our social media.

If you want to join the Heritage Radio volunteer team, get in touch, send an e-mail to: Zreen.mansha@bmhc.org.uk Like us on Facebook @HeritageRadioAM Follow us on Twitter @HeritageRadioAM Subscribe to our Youtube @HeritageRadioAM

NADIYA HUSSAIN Cakes! Cakes and More Cakes! We caught up with Nadiya Hussain at the Cake and Bake show in Manchester, where we spoke about her love for baking, how she started baking and how she juggles being a celeb with being a mum! You can find the interview on our social media

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BMHC ENTERPRISE

VENUE FOR HIRE The Marquee is an impressive, modern, purpose built

Please contact our Events Team on 0161 881 8062 /

structure, set amidst the stunning backdrop of the

07587 212 123 or by email: events@bmhc.org.uk

BMHC a unique Grade II* listed building, enveloped within eight acres of greenery. With the ability to accommodate banqueting for over 600 people, the option of sectioning-off the marquee into smaller segments for privacy and/or a smaller event is another feature we are able to offer. The Marquee is provisioned to cater for a variety of events all year round – 365 days of the year. This exciting new space aims to be the ideal location for:  Weddings

 Conferences/Seminars

 Charitable Events/Fundraising  Private Events

 Exhibitions

Special Occasions

Our event management team offer their bespoke services to assist the planning of your event, giving you the opportunity to personalise your event. Call 0161 881 8062.

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