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HEAR Is Recruiting!

HEAR are excited to announce that, due to funding from the National Lottery Community Fund Reaching Communities programme, HEAR is …
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WARNING: Be prepared for the hot weather

You will be aware that forecast weather conditions over the coming days reach the trigger thresholds for Heat Health Level …
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Interfaith trip to Taizé for young people

Near Neighbours is sending a dozen young people 18-35 on a trip to the Taize Community in France for their …
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BMFF 2018-19 activities through a selection of photographs

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On-going developments

Barnet Multi Faith Forum has been shaping its Action Plan with key issues running through to 2023. In preparation for …
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BMFF with Near Neighbours at Buckingham Palace

HM The Queen’s initiative to recognise individuals of all faiths and beliefs who are working at grassroots and community level …
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News via Twitter

What matters to me? Planning for life and death | 11 May - Register for the online event https://t.co/7MVV62qxsB
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@IECentreOrg: Last week the Markaz in partnerships with @LondonFaiths & @BMFForum opened its doors for Covid Vaccinations to local residents in and around Golders Green. https://t.co/FWSq2F9GTT https://t.co/yT1L9LOvFw
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Inspector Moseley & Esmond Rosen at The Barnet HMD

Interfaith Bulb Planting and Tree Plaque unveiling 29th October

 

Mitzvah Day Interfaith Cooking @JW3

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BMFF  secretary (Asmina 2nd from left) supporting fabulous Mitzvah Day Interfaith Cooking @JW3

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Tahseen, Councillor Barry Rawlings, Asmina, Vice Chancellor of Middlesex University Tim Blackman and David at the Changing the Culture Initiative event at Middlesex University on 6 June 2019

Pictures from the Big Iftar at the Fatwa Council with the Veterans

Cllr Richard Cornelius Leader of Barnet Council addressing the BMFForum at the IANL Mosque with a message of sympathy for victims of the Christchurch murders

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