Liverpool news Jubilee provided 'opportunity' for community centre to thrive PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Sefton Multicultural Centre welcomed around 150 people on Saturday

Liverpool news Jubilee provided 'opportunity' for community centre to thrive PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Sefton Multicultural Centre welcomed around 150 people on Saturday

Liverpool news  Jubilee provided 'opportunity' for community centre to thrive PremierLeague-News.Com
21 June 2022 - 17:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A community centre and mosque welcomed more than 100 people to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee two weeks late after them being able to book time in their own designated room on the days of the actual celebrations. The Sefton Multicultural Centre, found at SING Plus Resource Centre in Seaforth, is home to a large Islamic community in South Sefton and welcomed around 150 people to the centre. The party was seen as a chance for the local community to get together and socialise, with the chairperson of the centre, Munzi Ali, describing it as an "opportunity". When asked what the part exactly was, he said: "The event was to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and an opportunity for the local community to get together and socialise, bringing together people from different faith, race and age." READ MORE:Mum heard kids shouting moments before 'whole house' went up in flames Munzi and others involved in the day-to-day running of the centre are currently looking for a more permanent place where they can embrace the community and offer more services with things such as homework clubs, food deliveries and prayer on Fridays. Since the centre was set up, the number of people visiting the centre has grown exponentially. Munzi said following the success of the family fun day on Saturday: "It was important to bring the community together and introduce people from different backgrounds to each other.

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. Munzi Ali, chairperson of the Sefton Multicultural Centre, helped organise a Platinum Jubilee party for the community (Image: Munzi Ali) "Connecting to other people is vital for mental health and this event gave this platform. For the children, the occasion presented them the opportunity to build their social skills, this also applied to the new families that have recently settled from Afghanistan and Syria. "Teenagers were also given responsibilities for the event such as social media, managing activities on the day and directing/helping people who attended the event. This will help with personal skills and building confidence. The ladies from the new families in the area who have come from Afghanistan and Syria are isolated, and this gave them the opportunity to network with other people in the community." Read More Related Articles Family who fled war for Merseyside built successful business Read More Related Articles People charged hundreds extra for a burial down the road

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