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Shia's in Newcastle upon Tyne

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Salaamunalaikum Brothers/sisters, I'm new in Newcastle, just my second day here. Right now, I'm staying at a hotel and is Looking for a family accommodation. I hold a PhD position at Northumbria and has a small family of two, just me and my wife. Please help me out.

 

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Salam. Welcome to ShiaChat. Can you search for help among the local people in Newcastle opon Tyne? Perhaps there is a masjid or an Islamic Center there. ShiaChat members cannot personally help you, but can give advice on how you can find a place to live. 

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There are 14 listed mosques or prayer rooms in Newcastle upon Tyne. You can look at their location on the map to see how close they are to Northumbria. Please make some calls. InShaAllah someone can give you advice on finding a place to live.

http://mosques.muslimsinbritain.org/maps.php#/town/Newcastle upon Tyne

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On 31/03/2017 at 4:24 AM, Baqar Abbas said:

Salaamunalaikum Brothers/sisters, I'm new in Newcastle, just my second day here. Right now, I'm staying at a hotel and is Looking for a family accommodation. I hold a PhD position at Northumbria and has a small family of two, just me and my wife. Please help me out.

 

this is the shia masjid in newcastle:

http://anjuman-e-husainiyah.co.uk/ 

contact number is 0191 4153621

details of trustees are:

http://apps.charitycommission.gov.uk/Showcharity/RegisterOfCharities/ContactAndTrustees.aspx?RegisteredCharityNumber=1162229&SubsidiaryNumber=0 

your best bet is to just go on jummah and speak with the maulvi

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