Minhaj Women League Bolton held a workshop to raise awareness about cancer and inform women on how they can reduce their risk of developing cancer. The workshop commenced with the beautiful recitation of the Holy Quran followed by salutations and blessing being sent on our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

On the 31st of January 2016 a grand Mawlid was held at the New Madina Masjid. The spiritual gathering was opened with beautiful recitation of the Glorious Qur'an recited by Sister Sennia Ahmed. Sister Abida praised the Almighty Lord by reciting a heart touching Hamd. This was followed by Sister Anaab Ahme glorifying our Beloved Prophet Peace and Blessings Upon Him with the Qasidah Burdah Shareef.

On Sunday the 25th October 2015 MWL Bolton held a Sayyida Zainab Alaihisalaam conference at Masjid-ul-Aqsa on Gilnow Road. This also coincided with the Islamic date of 10th of Muharram, the saddest day of Karbala.

On Sunday 24th January Sandwell Minhaj Women’s League from the West Midlands held a Mawlid-un-Nabi صلى الله عليه وسلم‎ event to celebrate the birth of the best of all creation at Corbett Street Mosque in Smethwick. We started off with Tilawat and Nasheeds which were recited by Sister Aisha Kosar.

On Friday 2nd of October 2015, Minhaj ul Quran Women League (Hodge Hill) held a monthly programme at Sister Asia Begum’s (President MWL Hodge Hill) house, the programme was hosted by Sister Shaheen Akhtar (Welfare Secretary MWL Hodge Hill).

On Sunday 22nd November 2015 Sandwell Minhaj Women’s League held a gathering in the local Mosque in Smethwick in remembrance of the great Saint Ghaus Al Azam (R.A). Sister Sadia Bibi who's the President of Sandwell Minhaj Women’s League started off the gathering with a brief welcome message to all the ladies that attended. Sister Zulaikha Kosar was then invited to recite a verse of The Holy Qur'an followed by a Nasheed.

A  Mawlid-ul-Nabi (SAW) was organised by Hodge Hill School on the 27th of February 2015, who kindly requested Sister Rukhsana Parveen (MWL President of Birmingham) to organise the second half of the Mawlid-ul-Nabi (SAW).

Mrs Brown welcomed everyone and invited Sister Farah Malik to host the first half of the programme and called their own girls to recite Surah fatiha and read nasheeds. Soon after she handed the stage over to Minhaj-ul-Quran, Sister Maaria Ashraf hosted the programme and started by recitation of the Quran and read durood shareef beautifully. Sister Maaria Ashraf requested turn by turn Minhaj-ul-Quran girls to recite naats and nasheeds.

On Wednesday 4th November 2015 a Halqa e Durood gathering was held at Sister Shanaz's house in Smethwick. Sister Razia started off the Mehfil with the recitation of The Glorious Quran and followed it by reading some Nasheeds.

On Sunday 28th February 2016 Sandwell Minhaj Women’s League presented a programme in the Remembrance of Ghaus-ul-Azam R.A at the local mosque at Corbett Street in Smethwick. Sister Sadia Bibi who is the President of Sandwell Minhaj Women’s League hosted the programme. Firstly Sister Aisha Kosar recited the Holy Quran followed by nasheeds.

On Sunday 5th July Sandwell Minhaj Women’s League organised a gathering at the local mosque. The sisters called the programme 'Benefits of Ramadan‎' because we have entered the holy month of Ramadan and were also teaching from this book written by Shaykh-Ul-Islam Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri in Urdu. On the day our stage secretary was sister Shamila and sister Nabila Bibi. We commenced with Tilawat which was recited by sister Aishah. A couple of Nasheeds were recited by a couple of the attendees.

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