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19 June 2018 / 5. Shawal 1439

Behlool Society Easter Camp 2015

Updated on 12 March 2018

It is almost that time of year you have all been waiting for! The Behlool Youth Society of Leicester in conjunction with The Council of European Jamaats (CoEJ) present the 4th Annual Easter Camp 2015!

We focus on three main areas; Personal Skill EnhancementBuilding Islamic Knowledge and Spiritual Development.

You will be involved in various activities which include interactive workshops, leisure activities, debates, presentations and team building exercises.

The camp will include workshops which cover various topics such as: preparation for the arrival of Imam Mahdi (AJTF), history of the Imams(s), who was Behlool, and creative writing.

Cost: Only £75 - (Heavily Subsidised!) Or Full Cost £125 Per Participant

Date and Time: Good Friday 3rd April 4pm to Easter Monday 6th April 2015 6pm
Age: 11-14 Year Olds - Boys Only
Application Deadline: Saturday 21th March 2015 (Extremely Limited Spaces Available - Apply Now To Avoid Disappointment)
Leisure Activities: Tobogganing, Ice-Skating, Kayaking, Archery, Sports, Pool, Table Tennis & much more!

Venue: Masjid-al-Husayn, 17A Duxbury Road, Leicester, LE5 3LR

The Easter Camp held last year was extremely successful, we hope that the Behlool Easter Camp 2015 will be an even greater success by accomplishing the Behlool Society’s objective of preparing the youths of today for the coming of Imam Mahdi (AJTF), Inshallah.

If you would like to attend please fill in the application form here.

For more information view our promotional video here.

To view the poster, click on the PDF attached.

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