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Cambridge day trip to view "Europe's first Eco Mosque", Allama Iqbal's home and Punting!

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  • Cambridge Mosque visit with guided tour, see the mosque, Islamic gardens, Islamic exhibition
  • Discover Allama Iqbal’s House and other hidden Muslim gems
  • Punting sail
  • Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery exhibition
From :
£ 30

Sat 30th Sept 2023

Departure point 1: 8:00 AM West London, Bilal Mosque, 82-86 Horsenden Lane North, Greenford UB6 7QH

Departure point 2: 9:00 AM East London, Revert2Reality, 736B Lea Bridge Road, Leyton, London, E10 6AW

Depart Cambridge: 5:00 PM

Note: Same coach, if you are booking for separte departure points please make sure you make 2 separate bookings

Adults (12+) £35

Child (11 and under) £30

Punting £20 per seat (Child or adult)


A day trip to discover the wonderful city of Cambridge, by visiting the £4 Million Eco Mosque, discovering the Islamic Gardens and Islamic exhibition with an opportunity to pray Dhur prayer at one of the most iconic mosques in Britain.

Lunch may be taken at one of the halal eateries along the same road as the mosque or feel free to bring a pack lunch.

After Dhur prayer we will board the coach again for a short drive to the punting place. Punting is the ideal way to see the riverside Colleges in both comfort & style. Sit back, relax and soak up the atmosphere as you enjoy some of Cambridge’s most magnificent architecture. Note: Punting is an add on price for those who wish to book at a discounted price of £20 per seat as opposed to £29.  Note: If you book in the last 24 hours, your punting will be subject to availability. We will refund you the cost of the punting if there is no availability. 


To join us to view where Allama Iqbal once stayed in Cambridge, whilst at the University of Cambridge. For this trip you will also discover the Moroccan ambassador who paid a visit to Cambridge university 400 years ago, and the fascinating story of Britain’s first Muslim footballer from more than 110 years ago!

There is an optional visit to the University of Cambridge’s Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery exhibition. Please purchase your free ticket 

“The exhibition is a living history, encouraging renewed reinterpretations of the craft” The Guardian

“A landmark exhibition” Crafts Magazine

Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery explores the historical life and contemporary significance of Palestinian embroidery. This ancient and beautiful practice remains an important living tradition and the most prominent cultural material of Palestine today. Curated by Rachel Dedman, the exhibition looks at the ways in which embroidery, primarily undertaken by women, has evolved through a century of turbulent history for the Palestinian people.


For the purpose of this day trip, the main booker will be added to a temporary WhatsApp group.

We are unable to wait for latecomers and there are no refunds or transfers for no shows on the day. Once booked there are no refunds however you can transfer your place for this trip only to someone else as long as you inform us 48 hours in advance by email.

You are responsible for arriving before the departure point. Any travel time to the departure point please take into consideration in your journey planning. 

If you plan to drive to either departure point, plan ahead for a suitable car parking location. JustPark may offer a cheaper alternative for the day. There is free parking around Bilal Mosque.

Whilst on the coach you are responsible for disposing of your own rubbish off the bus.

Entries for punting and food or drinks not included.

We only take full legal names therefore no convert/revert, professional or kunya names are accepted. We reserve the right to refuse a booking without disclosing our reasons why. We are GDPR registered with ICO and therefore will only deal with the booking person. If you claim to be a lawyer then you will be asked for your SRA number.

Duration: Approx 10 hours

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