Touchwood to Bring Solihull Community Together for Eid

Touchwood to Bring Solihull Community Together for Eid

To mark this year’s Eid al Fitr, Touchwood Solihull is hosting an event for families to enjoy on Sunday 14 April.

From 11am-3pm, local Solihull organisations including Solihull Central Mosque, The Olton Project, Solihull Hub and Solihull Islamic Education Academy will come together to deliver an exciting programme of activities at Touchwood.

Younger children can get involved with arts and crafts including porcelain painting from Solihull Central and a kite making workshop from the Afghan Association, with traditional costumes. The Olton Project will deliver a calligraphy workshop, and children can enjoy face painting and henna art.

Popular “nasheed” singer Mikhaeel Mala will be in attendance, and there will also be a live performance of traditional songs from The Olton Project’s Children’s Choir, and free snacks and drinks for visitors. 

Lucy Burnett, Marketing Manager at Touchwood, said: “We’re excited to be working with our local partners and volunteers to deliver this fantastic free event to celebrate the end of Ramadan. We wish everyone a very happy and peaceful Eid and look forward to celebrating with you.”

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