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UK: Ahmadiyya Muslim youth group plans yearly New Year’s day litter pick


Volunteers from Islamabad in Tilford will begin their clean-up at 8.30am in Gostrey Meadow and all members of the public are invited to join in. Refreshments will be provided.

File photo: Ahmadiyya Muslim youth pick litter on New Year's day in the UK
Times of Ahmad | News Watch | US Desk
Source/Credit: Farnham Herald
By News Desk | December 29, 2016

YOUNG people from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) are inviting the community to join them in a New Year’s Day litter-pick and street clean-up in Farnham.

Hundreds of Muslim youths will hit streets across the UK with litter-pickers and bin bags on January 1 as part of a nationwide AMYA initiative, and Farnham is no exception.

Volunteers from Islamabad in Tilford will begin their clean-up at 8.30am in Gostrey Meadow and all members of the public are invited to join in. Refreshments will be provided.

AMYA youth leader for Surrey South and Hampshire, Atta Quddus said: “The Holy Prophet Muhammad taught us that cleanliness is a part of faith. This alongside our passion to train our youth to be model citizens are the motivating factors for this event.”

For more information call Qasid Malik on 07880337210, email qaid.islamabadqaidat@khuddam.co.uk or find AMYA Tilford on Facebook and Twitter.


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