It is that time of the year when Muslims world over celebrate the end of 30 days of fasting with Eid-ul-Fitr. With over 3 million Muslims in the UK, HNN365 tells you how you can celebrate Eid this year.
If you are in London, this years annual Eid on the Square organised by the Mayor of London will be held on the Saturday July 9 at Trafalgar Square. There is expected to be a fashion show, face painting, henna artists, calligraphy and story telling.
Eid will be celebrated on Saturday July 9 in Manchester from 11am until July 10 at 5pm at the Old Trafford Football stadium. There is expected to be a huge funfair, dodgems, stalls, kids activities and food stalls.
Head to Glasgow’s Queens Park Recreational Grounds to celebrate Eid with bouncy castles, market stalls, food, children’s games and Quran recitations from 12pm until 7pm on Saturday July 9.
On 9-10 July, Bradford will host the North’s largest Eid festival at Bradford Moor Park, with the aim to bring the community together. Entertainment will include henna artists, face painting, bazaars, a fairground and food court. From 9 am onwards this promises to be a fun family outing.