Nasir Mosque, Hartlepool

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Nasir Mosque
مسجد ناصر
Nasir mosque, Hartlepool.jpg
Basic information
United Kingdom
Geographic coordinates54°41′35″N 1°12′58.4″W / 54.69306°N 1.216222°W / 54.69306; -1.216222Coordinates: 54°41′35″N 1°12′58.4″W / 54.69306°N 1.216222°W / 54.69306; -1.216222
AffiliationAhmadiyya Muslim Community
Architectural description
Architectural typeMosque
Architectural styleIslamic
Construction cost£500,000

Nasir Mosque is the first purpose-built mosque in Hartlepool, located on Brougham Terrace. The mosque was built by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and inaugurated in 2005 by Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the Head of the Worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. The mosque participates in several local community events and provides regular services for the wider community.[1]

During the opening session, town dignitaries such as Hartlepool MP Iain Wright and Hartlepool Borough Council's chief executive Paul Walker were in attendance. As a gesture, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, the main organisation behind the project, donated around £20,000 to local charities and causes, including Hartlepool and District Hospice, Butterwick Children's Hospice and Brougham Primary School.[2].

External links[edit]

Photo of Nasir Mosque on Flickr [3]


  1. ^ [1] Multi faith meeting at Nasir Mosque - (Fairtrade)
  2. ^ [2] Opening of Nasir Mosque