Whitley Bay Islamic Cultural Centre

The Whitley Bay Islamic Cultural Centre recently hosted an Iftar event in honor of Ramadan, with special guests Mehrban Sadiq and colleagues from the local fire service team and councillors Davey Drummond, Willie Samuel, and Ian Grayson in attendance. The event was a wonderful opportunity for members of the community to come together and celebrate the holy month of Ramadan.

During the event, the guests were treated to a delicious spread of traditional South Asian cuisine. There was a wide variety of dishes on offer, including biryani, kebabs, and samosas, all of which were prepared by the Centre’s talented community members. Despite the fact that Ramadan is a month of fasting, the guests were able to enjoy a feast of incredible food – it felt more like a feast.

Speaking at the event, Mehrban Sadiq expressed his gratitude to the Centre for organising the Iftar event. He said, “It’s wonderful to be here and to experience the warm hospitality of the Centre. Iftar is an important time for Muslims around the world, and it’s great to see the community coming together to celebrate this special occasion.”

The event was a great success, with attendees enjoying delicious food and engaging in lively conversation with one another. The comedic line about the abundance of food making it feel like a feast was met with laughter and good humor.

The Whitley Bay Islamic Cultural Centre would like to extend its sincere thanks to Mehrban Sadiq and the local fire service team, as well as councillors Davey Drummond, Willie Samuel, and Ian Grayson, for attending the Iftar event. The Centre is committed to promoting community spirit and understanding, and events such as this play an important role in achieving that goal.