Date(s) – 31/07/2015
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Guildhall, The Livery Hall
The Association of Muslim Police (AMP) at the City of London Police, in partnership with the Muslim Network at the City of London Corporation, requests the pleasure of your company at their Eid Celebration Dinner in the Livery Hall at the iconic Guildhall.
Following the success of the last two years, AMP is delighted to invite you to share in an evening of celebration and inspiration at the heart of the City of London, featuring eminent speakers from the Police Service and Corporation alongside networking opportunities over a five-course, Michelin-star meal with silver-spoon service.
The dinner will celebrate the festival of Eid-Al-Fitr in addition to drawing focus to its overarching theme of interfaith harmony and inter-religious cohesion in the UK today. It will accommodate a distinguished congregation comprising city professionals from the financial, legal, business, policing and charity sectors, as well as civil servants, politicians and inter-faith delegates, in addition to diplomats and dignitaries from the embassies of Muslim nations in London. The demographics of the congregation will celebrate the diversity not only of the City but of 21st-century Britain.
The evening will feature three keynote speakers: John Barradell, City of London Town Clerk; Adrian Leppard, City of London Police Commissioner; and Asif Sadiq, President of the National Association of Muslim Police (NAMP).
AMP are delighted to be supporting The Noor Foundation UK (www.noorfoundation.org) at their event this year. The Noor Foundation is a UK-registered charity, operating since 1998, which pioneers free kidney dialysis in Pakistan. Saba Naqshbandi, Co-Founder and Trustee of The Noor Foundation UK, will be speaking about the work of the charity on the evening.
The event is free for you to attend, please ensure you register no later than the 22nd of July as VIP tickets are strictly limited. Please kindly note that this invite is not transferable.