Buttershaw Business and Enterprise College, Reevy Rd, West Reevy Avenue, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD6 3PX
Please aim to arrive for 6PM for registration and the course will begin promptly at 7PM.
For Saturday and Sunday, please aim to arrive for 9:30AM for registration and the class will begin promptly at 10AM inshaa'Allah.
Insha’Allah the first Friday of the seminar will be a FREE FRIDAY open to the community so feel free to bring your family and friends THIS FRIDAY NIGHT from 7pm-10pm for an Open House!
Mother and Toddler facilities are available, with a large play space for children to play and full audio-visual connection live streamed from the main hall. If you have paid for the course but are not satisfied with the mother and toddler facilities available please let us know by the end of Friday night in order to receive a refund. No refund will be given for the mother and toddler area if you report your dissatisfaction after Friday. All parents/guardians are responsible for their own children and we request you bring your own toys and entertainment to occupy them if needed insha’Allah.
YOU MUST BRING EVIDENCE OF PAYMENT (email confirmation etc) the first time you sign in on site
Please arrive at least 30 minutes early to get good parking and a good seat. We aim to start on time as much as possible
To reduce our carbon footprint, you will be provided with an e-booklet for the seminar. You are encouraged in all our seminars to bring pens and notebooks in order to take notes.
Note: Your registration is non-transferable, so only the listed registrant will be eligible to attend the duration of the seminar.
These rules allow for a smooth and uninterrupted class. Everyone is comfortable and can benefit from the instructor!
Breakfast and refreshments will be available onsite from 9.15am. Lunch will also be provided on site over the weekend at a cost of £3.50 per portion which includes a drink. On Saturday we will provide meat pilau or vegetable rice and Sunday will be selling chicken biryani or vegetable biryani. We have a limited number of lunches so please buy lunches from registration on the morning of the course. We would encourage you to help our qabeelah and reduce food waste by buying lunch from us, and also partaking in our lunch time activities which we have arranged for the benefit of everyone insha’Allah.
Whether you bring packed meals or eat outside, we highly recommend packed snacks even for the Friday night. After/During a long day you need to sustain your energy. So stock up on energy bars, fruit and other bite sized nutrition.
Merchandise and a tuck shop will also be available so please bring some money with you each day should you wish to purchase items. Proceeds from these sales will contribute towards helping the Qabeelah and scholarships, and we would greatly appreciate your contributions.
On the Saturday evening, sisters are welcome and invited to join us in a social meal at a local restaurant. Please keep your evening free for some social time and food with other sisters on the course. This course we will be going to FOOD CITY on Great Horton Road at 7.40pm for their Buffet meal. Ask a sister volunteer at the course for further details of this and how to reserve your place.
We are working hard to minimise our carbon footprint and would appreciate if you could join us in our efforts to go green.
Numerous CashPoint facilities are available around the BD6 area,
please click below for a list of them.
Bradford has a great variety of great places to eat, suitable for a range of budgets.
Below are some of our favourites for the evening.
British/Asian cusine Central Location with on street parking, No Alcohol
Offers both Restaurant & Takeaway service
52 Great Horton Road, BD71AL Phone: 01274 521 732 Price- Medium
Fast Food Located all across Bradford, delivery available
346 Great Horton Road, BD71QJ Phone: 01274 574 164 Price- Low
Deli/Cafe A personal favourite, with a great variety of dishes Onsite parking available.
93 Barkerend Rd, Bradford BD3 9AA Phone: 01274 737815 Price- Low/Medium
Stone baked pizzas (highly recommended). burgers and grills.
Open: 3.30pm to late.
368/370 Leeds Rd, Bradford BD3 9QX Phone: 01274 013483 Price- Low/Medium
British/Asian cusine Located in Thornbury (east side of Bradford), on site parking, No Alcohol
Booking recommended as busy on weekends.
1422-1424 Leeds Road, BD3 7AE Phone: 01274 664 005 Price- Medium
Halal italian fine dinning. Cool and sophisticated. Limited seating, reservations recommended.
20 East Parade, Little Germany, BD15HD Phone: 01274 727747 Price- High
New York Italian style diner. Serves 'build your own' burgers, steaks, pizza & pasta, as well as desserts.
Limited parking available.
Very busy on a weekend, so bookings recom-mended. No alcohol.
HMC Approved 353 Great Horton Road, BD7 3BZ
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Or for group discounts of 10 people or more, this is reduced to £47 each
Please be aware family discounts only apply to immediate family members only and if a family member fails to attend the course, the full price may be applied.
To apply, please email all family members names and email addresses to:Apply Now
Qabeelat Mass raise funds through selling books and merchandise, and from generous donations from individuals, to support students under financial constraints.
FIQH OF DEATH is a single weekend course at a cost of £59. Course fees will reduce to £30 for successful applicants.
Please hurry as we have a limited number of scholarship places, and applicants will be considered on a first come first serve basis.
Head of Registration
AlMaghrib Institute provides the 'Honoring the Huffadh' program which basically means you can apply to take a free class, once every year. The key here is that you have to apply for this scholarship, so this is not a guarantee!!
However, since it is a viable option for people who have memorized the Qur'an, We do recommend that you take advantage of it and at least submit the application for the Huffadh scholarship.
There are 2 key things to this process:
Download the Honoring The Huffadh application form
Complete the Student Information section about yourself
Complete the Seminar Information section about the seminar your want free
Complete the Verification Information section about your hifdh and a signature from your teacher or Imam
Email the form, by scanning both pages , to firstname.lastname@example.org no laterthan 14 daysbefore the seminar begins
In order for us to have enough time to submit all of the forms, the deadline to get everything to us is 2 weeks before the scheduled seminar date.
Also, please make sure to find someone with a credible title to fill out the scholarship application. AlMaghrib HQ asks that it be the Imam or the Administrationof the Huffadh program who can vouch that the student is indeed a Hafidh, so just make sure you find someone at your masjid who is part of the Admin, but the Imam, Teacher or Assistant Imam of the masjid would be ideal, inshaa' Allah.
Looking for nice, cheap accomodation?
We may have some pre-booked rooms available.
First come, first serve basis!
Masjid accomodation is also available for brother if needed
You have 60 days from Mon 20th January to sit and complete the exam for our previous course, PURIFIED: A STUDY OF SURAT MARYAM. You can take the exam at any time between now and Thu 19th March.
Online, anytime between
After 60 days the exam will no longer be available to take and if you need to take the exam after this date, please submit a deferral form prior to the exam deadline to email@example.com.
If you encounter any technical issues, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Despite complaining and slightly hating life on the return leg of the trek....after some reflection whilst @Lina Fazlanie (QM) was kindly driving us back to Leicester. I'm glad it was horrendous weather and difficult as it made me experience a fraction of an iota of what refugees from Syria and other war torn areas are going through in the winter. And I have a roof, hot food and family to come back to. So apologies to anyone who heard me complaining. Massive massive Jazakallah khr to those who organised the trek and all of us for supporting each other through it.
Mashallah this is just one example of how keeping the right company matters. Jazakallah to all team for their efforts -May Allah reward you all. To the whole group attending you were all such stars pushing ourselves and getting to the and down. To those who encouraged me and kept me company as I fought the cramps Jazakallah khayr.
Alhamdulillah makes one feel truly blessed and want to give more, this was just one difficult day for us, where others are living in these harsh conditions...
We all had our struggles yesterday from foot wear to falls to severe winds/rain/cold to blisters to hunger due to not being able to get the food out of the bags as it would get blown away. Allah swt knows each and every single person's struggle throughout the entire trek - all in the name of charity and in seeking His reward so we ask Allah to accept from us and increase us in gratitude for all the luxuries we have in life, alhumdulillah. May each and every step, each and every rock and stone we stepped on throuhout the day be witnesses and testify for us on the day of judgement.
Like everyone else, I found yesterday extremely difficult, but I am super glad we had that weather yesterday. I think it was Allah showing us how difficult the Syrians have it and how important the cause is. Every single pound is needed to the cause. Winter is similar to this for them. For us, this was a few hours. For them it's permanent :disappointed_relieved: ... The donations will help them with warmer clothes, food and a solid built shelter which will protect them from the weather we saw yday.
However far you got, this was never about getting to the summit.Those that did, well done but you are CrAzYThose that nearly did, well done for judging the conditions and making a decision to start heading back
Those who struggled, you probably pushed themselves further than you could ever have thought possible.
What everyone will take away is their own experience and a memory of the day.
And that's the challenge for all of us in life, what can we do today that we can take and learn from yesterday that will make is better and improve us.
We will also be collecting for Bradford Food Bank so please bring along any, in-date, non-perishable food items if you would like to donate to the homeless in Bradford. Collection will end at the beginning of lunch on Sunday so please bring any items before then.
Snapshots of Previous Courses...Enjoy!