YOUR PHOTOS: Eid celebrated safely in Bradford

EID AL-ADHA is in full swing and we want to show the country and world that Bradford can celebrate the festival safely and within the new restrictions.

You’ve been sending in your images showing how you’re marking this fabulous occasion.

If you want to get involved, you can send your pictures here…

Your pictures of you celebrating the wonderful religious festival of Eid, safely and peacefully.

Home baked Eid treats!

Eid Ul Adha Selfie!

Eid celebration

Mandatory Eid selfie with the siblings in the bedroom 🙂

Celebrating at home..

Eid prayer on Whetley Fields – Masjid Umar excellent organisation to ensure social distancing and all checks on place too

Winning Eid card design at Al Mustafa Islamic supplementary school. Design by my nephew Rayyan Rauf aged 8

Modelling in my back yard lol

Attiya and huriya having fun and enjoy Eid

Masjid noor ul islam bd7 had organised a safe distance between households while praying eid prayers online with covid guidelines

With my lovely princess at my mum house enjoy Eid with the rest of the crew

This is Usayd Chaudhury after coming home from a social distancing Eid Namaz. Usayd was very happy to see his extended family and friends whilst adhering to the social distancing guidelines. He saw them after many weeks. Usayd would like to wish all the Muslim community a very happy and blessed Eid.

Shahrukh aftab & Benzema abbas both brothers getting reddy to go mosque

With my princess daughters takin selfie at the local park, lovely sunny day.

Celebrating eid safely with wife and kids

Princess Zaynab AVA


Pic taken after reading Eid prays.

Professor Shirley Congdon, Vice Chancellor at University of Bradford receiving ‘Eid hamper meal’ on behalf of Professional Muslim Institute.

Celebrating in back garden

Daughter enjoying eid

Taking the mandatory eid pictures not been to see any relatives due to covid

Celebrating in the bedroom on my own.
Social distancing at its finest. Not even in the same room as family. Best that! Lol

Dressed to go to mosque for Eid prayers

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