St Ives mosque raises more than £3,000 for community during lockdown

St Ives mosque raises more than £3,000 for community during lockdown. Picture: CAMBS POLICE

St Ives mosque raises more than £3,000 for community during lockdown. Picture: CAMBS POLICE - Credit: Archant

A St Ives mosque has raised more than £3,000 for the local community and donated over 200 bags of supplies for those in need.

The Faizane Madina Mosque in Needingworth Road, have been showing their support for local businesses and residents during the coronavirus outbreak.

On Sunday, Anisa Arif from the St Ivo School, her father Mohammed Arif and Imam, Hafiz Muhammed Tanveer Sahir, visited St Ives Police Station.

Anisa wanted to pay her respect to key workers and deliver some supplies to officers.

A police spokesperson said: “Thank you so much for your appreciation, Anisa, you are amazing.”


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