Best Run Mosque 2022 Finalists

Category #1 – Best Run Mosque

This Category looks to award Mosque leaders who have shown outstanding qualities in leadership and management of their Mosque and/or Islamic centre. Teams that have either been selected or elected by the congregation to innovate and deliver outstanding facilities that service all. How Mosques responded to the COVID-19 pandemic will be a key factor in the judges decision this year.

Judges will be looking for commendations relating to management competence, in organising events, programmes, services, handling complaints, working with different communities, sharing their expertise, approachability and integrity.

2021 Winners: SLMCC (Link)

2020 Winners: Al Madina Mosque (Barking) (Link)

2019 Winners: Green Lane Masjid (Birmingham) (Link)

2018 Winners: Al Manaar (Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre) (Link)


Maidenhead Mosque & Islamic Centre

Since its establishment in 1983, Maidenhead Mosque & Islamic Centre has gone through numerous phases of development and progress, with a colourful history behind the structure. Serving the Muslim community, the Mosque has developed over the years catering for all people by providing vital services and assistance.

Bilal Academy

Bilal Academy was established with the objective to provide for the religious, educational, social and spiritual needs of the community as a whole.

Hounslow Muslim Centre

Hounslow Muslim Centre is inspired by the Prophetic example of a Beacon Mosque and community hub, welcoming all members of the wider Hounslow communal family to a centre at the heart of educating future generations, fostering good civic relations and building a more harmonious society.

Leeds Grand Mosque

Leeds Grand Mosque (LGM) is the largest Mosque in Leeds with a regular congregation of well over 2000 Muslims, a dramatic increase since its humble beginnings in 1994. Over the last two decades, it has developed to become a truly lively and spirited Mosque, seeking to encapsulate the very ideals on which it now thrives as opposed to being simply a place of worship.