Bracknell has a much longer and richer history than its present Town character would suggest.
Look a little deeper and there are many interesting fragments of history which continue to shape Bracknell today.
You will quickly realise the role played by the muslim community amongst other in unlocking Bracknell’s growth by filling deficit of uses highlighted by bracknell cultural gap analysis (page 34)
Survey identified the need for a muslim organisation in Bracknell
First informal meeting
Planning application for the first Masjid and community centre in Bracknell Approved
particularly the islamic minority for more than 10 years.
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years of CommunityService
Our primary aim is to build bridges of peace and unity across our multicultural society. Through a diverse set of activities, BICS aims to introduce Islam in its purest form as a tolerant and compassionate way of life.
Establish the first purpose-built mosque in Bracknell Forest as an Islamic centre of excellence for our diverse multicultural area
Build exceptional interfaith relations and dialogue, promoting tolerance and understanding across all parts of the community
Partner cohesively with community groups across Bracknell Forest to support civic improvement and drive positive change
Provide robust social, charitable, educational and where possible financial support mechanisms to those in need
Current Board Officers
Basit Larry Kukoiyii
member since inception 2005
Notable BICS' serving members
Imam Abdul Baqi Mohammed
First meeting Host
First Chairman 2005
BICS constitution designer (solicitor)
Assila Bibi Tegally
First sister Trustee