The impressive grade II listed venue, British Muslim Heritage Centre (BMHC), will be hosting an amazing evening sharing a platform with some of the UK’s current leading British Muslim women.
The BMHC aspires to celebrate Islam’s rich and diverse heritage, inspiring all communities to embrace diversity and is highly instrumental in shaping a cohesive society.
The inspirational evening will be held in the prestigious and state of the art built ‘Marquee’, surrounded by beautiful 8 acre grounds.
The strong line-up includes:
- Britain’s and the world’s first Asian female football agent for the English FA, Shehneela Ahmed.
- Nazmin Alim – From the world-leading modest clothing company Aab, who have recently opened their first London boutique.
- Shazia Saleem – Leading British entrepreneur i-eat frozen foods
- Saima Alvi – Vice-Chair of the BMHC
- Sadia Azmat – Award winning comedian
Assia Shah – Life coach
Uzma Chouhdri – Hijab Stylist
#SpokenWord – Online Muslim female spoken word
Mind Body & Soul Area
This exciting and eagerly awaited evening is the first of its kind to be held in Manchester with an expected 400 plus diverse audience from Greater Manchester and beyond.
BMHC Chair person, Nasar Mahmood comments: “As always the BMHC is at the forefront in promoting women and celebrating their achievements. The BMHC is a safe and welcoming environment accommodating for their needs and a central space for all young people. Those who attend will be presented with activities led by the BMHC along with our future plans. The gala dinner will be an exceptional and inspirational evening.”
The evening’s highlight includes a showcase catwalk by designer Aab as featured in the National Daily Mail: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3006442/World-leading-modest-clothing-firm-opens-boutique-store-London.html
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Samina Ali – Freelance Project Consultant on 07985 600 086
Date: Friday 24th April 2015
Time: doors open 6pm /event starts 7pm prompt
At: The Marquee
British Muslim Heritage Centre.