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The Constitution

In the Name Of Allah the Most Compassionate and Merciful

Cadishead & Irlam Islamic Centre

1 Greenside Drive Irlam M44 6ZF


1. Definitions

Address: Means a postal address or for the purpose of electronic communication, a fax number, an email or postal address of a telephone number receiving text messages in each case registered with the Charity

The Charities Act’ Means the Charities Act (EW) 2011 and any statutory modification or re-enactment for the time in force thereof:

‘The Charity Commission’ means the Charity Commission for England and Wales ‘Working Days’ in relation to the period of the notice means a period excluding the day when the notice is given or deemed to be given and the day for which it is to take effect.

The Officers means the members of the executive committee and the Trustees Words importing from one gender shall include all genders, and the singular includes the plural and vice versa.

Apart from the exception mentioned in the previous paragraph a reference to an Act of Parliament includes any statutory modification or re-enactment of it for the time being in force.

Subject to the above this constitution shall be interpreted and applied as far as ever in accordance to the principle of Islam by consensus and accepted by the Imam, Trustees and the Executive Committee.


The Cadishead & Irlam Islamic Centre shall be a Charitable Organisation for Muslims in the UK

The Cadishead & Irlam Islamic Centre will be (when required by the law) register as a Charity for the tax purpose, (the registered Charity number: ———-)

3. NAME:

The organisation shall be called Cadishead & Irlam Islamic Centre


The address is 1 Greenside Drive Irlam Manchester M44 6ZF


The centre is established to promote the benefit of the Muslim community in the Irlam & Cadishead area (‘the area of benefit’) by promoting religion, advancing education, relieving poverty and distress by providing facilities for protection of health and recreation with the aim of improving the condition of life of the said community.


The centre has power to do anything which is calculated to further its Objects or is conducive or incidental to doing so. In particular, the Centre has power:

  1. to provide, maintain and equip premises and facilities for religious, educational and recreational purposes.

  1. to improve the public image of Islam and Muslims generally both in the media and the wider community in Irlam & Cadishead.

  1. to promote and carry out or assist in so doing research, surveys and investigations and publish the useful results of such.

  1. to establish and maintain a library of Islamic literature.

  1. to organise or assist in organising classes, lectures, meetings and exhibitions, events and activities consistent with the objects of the centre.

  1. to accept gifts and raise funds by way of donations, contributions, legacies, grants and other lawful methods; in doing so, the Centre must not undertake any substantial permanent trading activity and must comply with any relevant statutory regulations.

  1. to buy, take on lease or in exchange, hire or otherwise acquire any property and to maintain and equip it for use.

  1. to sell, lease or otherwise dispose of all or any part of the property belonging to the Centre. In exercising this power, the Centre must comply as appropriate with any provisions of the Charities Act for the time being in force.

  1. to co-operate with other charities, voluntary bodies and statutory authorities and to exchange information and advice with them.

  1. to establish or support any charitable trusts, associations or institutions formed for any of the charitable purposes included in the Objects.
  2. to set aside income as a reserve against future expenditure but only in accordance with a written policy about reserves.

  1. to employ and remunerate such staff, who shall NOT be directors of the Centre, as are necessary for carrying out the work of the Centre.

  1. invest the money of the Centre not immediately required for its Objects in or upon such investments or property as may be thought fit, subjects nevertheless to such conditions and such consents as may for the time be imposed or required by law and these articles and in the same manner and subject to the same conditions as the trustees of a trust are permitted to do by the Trustee Act (England & Wales) 2011.

  1. to provide indemnity insurance for the officers (including trustees, staff and official volunteers) in accordance with; and subjects to any conditions in, section 93 of the Charities Act.


Membership is open to individuals who:

  1. Apply to the Centre in the form required by the Executive Committee and are approved by the Executive Committee.

  • Every application for admission shall be considered by the Executive Committee at their first meeting after it was made, or as soon as thereafter as is practicable. There shall be no unlawful discrimination.

  • The Executive Committee may only refuse an application for membership if, acting reasonably and properly, they consider it to be in the best interests of the Centre to refuse the application.

  • The Executive Committee must inform the applicant in writing of the reasons for the refusal within twenty-one days of the decision.

  • The Executive Committee must consider any written representations the applicant may make about the decision. The Executive Committee’s decision following any written representations must be notified to the applicant in writing but shall be final.

  • Membership is not transferable.

  • The Centre must keep a register of names and addresses of the members and should periodically update it.

8. Full Members

All Muslims are entitled to become Full Members of the Centre.

Are currently unconditionally resident in the United Kingdom and have been resident in Irlam & Cadishead; and have made an application to the Executive Committee in the agreed format.

Full Members of the Centre will be entitled to attend, speak and vote at elections and at General meets of the Centre. Only Full Members of the Centre and practising Muslims of good character shall be entitled to stand for election to the Executive Committee or as Trustees of the Centre.

9. Affiliate Members

Any organisation active within the area of the benefit, whether voluntary or statutory, which subscribes to the objects of the Centre may apply to the Executive Committee to become an Affiliate Member. If such application is accepted by the Executive Committee the Affiliate member will be entitled, by prior written notification to the Secretary, to nominate an authorised representative who may attend and speak at General Meetings as observer but with no voting power.

10. Life Members

Any well-wisher or person who, in the opinion of the Executive Committee may become a life member of the Centre, and willing to donate a sum of £100.00 (One hundred pound). Life Members will be entitled to attend and speak at General Meetings of the centre but will not be entitled to vote.


Full Membership is terminated if:

  1. The member dies or moves out of Irlam & Cadishead.
  2. The member resigns of written notice to the centre unless, after the resignation, there would be less than two members.
  3. Any sum due from the member to the Centre is not paid in full within twelve months of it falling due;
  4. The member is convicted of a crime or an immoral act or an act which, in the opinion of the Executive Committee is of a sufficiently serious nature as to cause disrepute to the community or the Centre.
  5. The member is removed from membership by a resolution of the Executive Committee if it is in the best interests of the Centre that his or her membership is terminated. A resolution to remove a member from membership may only be passed if:

  • The member has been given at least twenty-one days’ notice in writing of the meeting of the Centre at which the resolution will be proposed and the reasons why it is to be proposed;

  • The member or, at the option of the member, the member’s representative (who need not be a member of the Centre) has been allowed to make representations to the meeting.


The good governance of the Centre shall be the responsibility of the Executive Committee. Only Full Members of the Centre and practicing Muslims of good character shall be entitled to stand for election to the Executive Committee.

The executive committee shall have the power to introduce, amend or waive a reasonable subscription fee payable to the centre.

13. Office bearers

Members of the Executive Committee shall consist of a Chairman, 3 other Executive Committee members. The Chairman is expected to be a reputable Muslim who can represent the community at large. The Chairman must have been a full member of the centre must be a permanent resident of Irlam & Cadishead, UK. The Chairman should have a good command of verbal and written English.

The Chair, General Secretary and Treasurer shall be selected from the elected members at their first Executive Committee meeting following the election which should take place within 14 working days before the date of the election.

Nominations from Full Members of the Centre for election as Executive Committee members or as Chairman must be in writing and must be in the hands of the election committee at least 14 working days before the date of the election.

If the number of nominations exceeds the number of vacancies, election shall be by secret ballot of the Full Members of the Centre present and voting at an Annual General Meeting.

If the number of nominations is less than the number of vacancies, further oral nominations may with the approval of the Annual General Meeting be invited from Full members present and voting at the said Annual General Meeting.

The method of election will be determined by the election committee and shall be either ‘first past or post’ or proportional representation. Candidates may wish to submit a leaflet with their particulars to the election committee to be circulated to the full members at the election time.

14. Chairperson

The Chairperson elected shall chair all meetings of the Executive Committee but if at any meeting the Chairperson is not present within fifteen minutes after the time appointed for holding the same, the General Secretary shall chair the meeting, or if at any neither the Chairperson not present within fifteen minutes after the time appointed for holding the same, the Executive Committee members present may choose one of them to chair that meeting.

15. Duties of the Office Bearers

The General Secretary:

  1. Shall keep accurate record of the minutes of Executive Committee and General Meetings.
  2. Shall convene Executive Committee and General Meetings and shall be responsible for issuing notices and information for such Meetings.
  3. Shall oversee the correspondence of the centre and shall be responsible for the safe custody of its records.
  4. Shall subject to the approval of the Executive Committee; oversee the arrangements for public announcement, lectures or speeches and venues for the meetings of the Centre.
  5. Shall be responsible for managing the employee of the Centre.

16. The Treasurer:

a. Shall be responsible for the collection and payments of the Centre’s accounts.

b. Shall keep an account of the Centre’s finances and assets.

c. Shall be responsible for the deposit of moneys into the Centre’s account in a bank and access to online banking as decided by the Executive Committee.

d. Shall present a detailed and audited report of the Centre’s finances to the Annual General Meeting.

e. Shall submit to the Inland Revenue in the prescribed for, a duty audited account of the receipts and expenditures of the Centre each year as required by the charity commission for England and Wales/Charity Act 2011.

f. Should the Treasurer decide to resign, he shall inform the Executive Committee in writing; who will arrange for the auditing of the books before the Treasurer leaves. He shall continue in office until his successor assumes office.

17. Executive Committee Members and Trustee

Executive Committee members shall be responsible for any duties assigned to them by the Executive Committee.

Access to Funds according to designated Signatory with the permission of chairman.

18. Term of Office

The term of office for the Chairman shall be three years and the Chairman shall be eligible for re-election for another second term of three years. After two consecutive terms, the Chairman will not be entitled to serve as Chairman or as an elected member of the Executive Committee until a period of at 2 years has elapsed. He is, however, eligible for co-option onto the Executive Committee or as a trustee is so decided.

19. Executive Committee Meetings

The Executive Committee shall meet at least six times in a year for the dispatch of business, adjourn and otherwise regulate their meetings as they think fit. Questions arising at any meeting shall be decided by a majority of votes. Where there is an equality of votes, the Chairman shall have a second or casting vote.

Any 3 Three members of the Executive Committee present shall constitute a quorum at a meeting of the Executive Committee. A member of the Executive Committee may, and the Secretary on the requisition of the member of the Executive Committee shall, at any time summon a meeting of the Executive Committee provided seven days’ notice is given (except in cases emergency when no notice shall be given).

The minutes of the meeting shall be communicated to the Trustees.

20. Co-option of Executive Committee

  1. The Chairman in agreement with the trustees shall have power to co-opt any Full member or Full members of the Centre, but no exceeding five in any one year and at least one of them from the women members. The co-opted member shall have equal voting rights as elected Executive Committee members.
  2. Any casual vacancy of members arising amongst the elected Executive Committee shall be filled by co-option. Any member so appointed shall hold office only until the end of the remaining term and shall then be eligible for election.

21. Completion of term members of Executive Committee

  1. The term of office of the Executive Committee is three years and they are eligible for re-election for unlimited times. After two consecutive terms, the chairman of the Executive Committee member will not be entitled to serve on the Executive Committee until a period of at least six years has elapsed unless he is co-opted out.
  2. If a member of the Executive Committee completes his term of office at an annual general meeting by a provision of this constitution, it shall take effect upon the conclusion of the meeting.

22. Disqualification and removal of Office Bearers

A member of Executive Committee/Trustee shall cease to hold office if he:

  1. Ceases to be a member by virtue of any provision in the Charities Act or is disqualified from acting as officer by virtue of section 86 of the Charities Act (or any statutory re-enactment or modification of that provision);
  2. Ceases to be a Full Member of the centre.
  3. Becomes physically or mentally incapable of managing and administering his or own affairs;
  4. Is convicted of a crime or indicted by a tribunal which, in the opinion of a majority of the Executive Committee/Trustees, is of a sufficiently serious nature to prevent him from holding office;
  5. A member of the Executive Committee upon misconduct can be dismissed on the recommendation of a Two Third majority of the Executive Committee and with the approval of a majority of all Trustees. He shall then not be eligible for re-election.
  6. Is found guilty of misconduct by a relevant professional body (such as the General Medical Council or the Law Society of England and Wales and/or is struck of the professional register of such a body;
  7. Resigns as a member by notice to the Centre.
  8. Is absent without notice from all Executive Committee meetings held within a period of six consecutive months or four successive meetings of the Executive Committee.

23. Proceeding of Executive Committee

  1. The Executive Committee may regulate their proceedings as they think fit, subject to the provisions of this constitution.
  2. The minutes of the meeting will be recorded by the secretary or in his absence by a member designated by the Chairman.
  3. Any member of Executive Committee may call a meeting of the Executive Committee in consultation with the Chairman or in his absence with Secretary.
  4. A member of Executive Committee is not entitled to vote in an Executive Committee meeting on any matter in which he a conflict of interest.

24. The quorum for Executive Committee meetings

No decision may be made by a meeting of the Executive Committee unless a quorum is present at the time the decision is purported to be made.

  1. The quorum shall be 3.
  2.  member of Executive Committee shall not be counted in the quorum present when any decision is made about a matter upon which that member is not entitled to vote.


All the property of the Centre, whatever or however, shall be vested in at least 3 appointed Trustees as joint tenants on behalf of the centre.

The Trustees are appointed by the Officer Bearers, the Executive Committee and the rest of trustees from among the full members of the centre who have been permanent residents of United Kingdom for at least five years and are well respected members of the community.

The Trustees shall hold office for four years each term and eligible for re-appointment for another term.

If the office or Trustee should fall vacant, another Trustee shall be appointed by the mutual agreement of the remaining Trustees and the Executive Committee.

The post of Trustee shall be vacated if the Trustee:

  1. Resigns from the trusteeship;
  2. Fails in his duties as determined by the remaining trustees and the Executive Committee;
  3. Dies or leaves England; or
  4. Is dismissed from his position if he commits an immoral act or is convicted of a crime.
  5. The Trustees may deal with the property so vested in them by way of sale, exchange or lease, such direction being given by resolution of the Executive Committee of the Centre and when so passed shall in favour of the purchaser, exchange or lease be binding upon members of the Centre.

The Trustees shall meet periodically at least three times a year and shall nominate among themselves a chairperson. They shall also nominate one or more Trustee to attend the Executive Committee meeting if and when invited.

The Trustees collectively shall have the authority to call a General Meeting of the Centre whenever there is:

  1. Violation of the Constitution of the Centre.
  2. A serious dispute between the Executive Committee and members of the Centre which could not be resolved amicably
  3. A major dispute among members of the Executive Committee which cannot be resolved; or
  4. Whenever a by-election is deemed necessary.
  5. The Trustees shall officiate as Election Committee during the election of the Executive Committee.


a. Annual General Meeting

The Centre must hold its first annual general meeting within fifteen months after the date of its incorporation. An annual general meeting must be held in each subsequent year and not more than fifteen months may elapse between successive annual general meetings.

All meetings of the Centre shall begin with the recitation of a verse from the Holy Qur’an. No meeting shall entertain any motion that is contrary to the principles of Islam.

The agenda of the AGM shall consist of the normal procedural Agenda namely:

[1] Address by the Chairman,

[2] Minutes of the last AGM, matters arising there from and adoption of the minutes,

[3] The Secretary’s Annual Report, matters arising there from and adoption of the Annual Report,

[4] The Treasurer’s Financial Report, matters arising there from and adoption of the Financial Report,

[5] and any other business permitted by the chairman.

b. Special General Meeting

The Executive Committee shall have the power to call a special general meeting at any time provided appropriate notice is given as per clause 67.

The Executive Committee shall be bound to call a special general meeting within twenty-eight days of receiving notice in writing signed by not less than one hundred Full Members. The business to be transacted at that meeting must appear on the notice of that meeting and no other business shall be discussed. At least fourteen work days notice of the general meeting shall be given to all Full members of the Centre. A minimum of seventy of those Full Members should be present who had signed the notice at the special general meeting in order for the meeting to proceed. If the criteria are not fulfilled then the meeting is cancelled by the Chair and the case is dismissed.

c. Notice of general meetings

The minimum periods of notice required to hold a general meeting of the Centre are:

  1. Fourteen working days for an annual general meeting.
  2. Fourteen working days for all other special general meetings.

d. Quorum for General Meetings

No business shall be transacted at any general meeting unless a quorum is present. A quorum is one tenth of the total full membership (whichever is the fewer), present in person.

If a quorum is not present within half an hour from the time appointed for the meeting or during a meeting a quorum ceases to be present, the meeting shall be adjourned to such time and place as the Executive Committee shall determine.

e. Chairperson of the General Meetings

General meetings shall be chaired by the Chairman or in his absence to the Chairman. If no such person is present within fifteen minutes of the time appointed for the meeting, a chair nominated by other present members of Executive Committee and the Trustees shall chair the meeting.

f. Adjournment

The members present in person at a meeting may resolve by ordinary resolution that the meeting shall be adjourned. The person who is chairing the meeting must decide the date, time and place at which the meeting is to be reconvened unless those details those details are specified in the resolution.

If a meeting is adjourned by a resolution of the members for more than seven days, at least seven working days’ notice shall be give of the reconvened meeting stating the date, time and place at the meeting.

g. Proceeding at General Meetings Resolutions

Decisions at general meetings shall be made by passing resolutions:

  1. Decisions involving an alteration of the constitution and other decisions so required by a statute shall be made by a majority of not less than two thirds of Full Members present.
  2. All other decisions shall be made by a simple majority of Full Members present.
  3. A copy of the proposed resolution shall be announced at the notice board,

27. Any vote at a meeting shall be decided by a show of hands unless before, or on the declaration of the result of the show of hands, a poll (a formal count of votes) is decided by the person chairing the meeting;

28. A declaration by the chairperson of the result of a vote shall be conclusive unless a poll is demanded. The result of the vote must be recorded in the minutes of the meeting but the number or proportion of votes cast need not be recorded.

29. A demand for a poll may, before the poll is taken, be withdrawn but only the consent of the chairperson and a demand so withdrawn shall not be taken to have invalidated the result of a show of hands declared before the demand was made.

30. Election Process

  1. The board of trustees shall form an election committee from amongst themselves, full members of Cadishead & Irlam Islamic Centre at least 8 weeks before the election date to set the rules and to take the necessary measures to ensure a safe and transparent elections.
  2. The elections for the office of the Chairman and the membership of the Executive Committee shall be held on twenty eight working days’ notice. In accordance with the provisions of clause 22 of this constitution.
  3. Nominations for the position of Chairman or membership of the election committee at least 14 working days before the date of the election.

31. Any Three Full Members of the Centre shall be at liberty to nominate any Full Member in according with the constitution to serve on the Executive Committee of the Centre, having received his assent.

32. The date of the election and the election process shall be decided by the election committee.

33. Accounts

The Executive Committee shall cause proper books of accounts to be kept of:

  1. All sums of money received and expended by the Centre and all matters in respect of which such receipts and expenditure took place.
  2.  All sales and purchases of goods by the Centre.
  3. The assets and the liabilities of the Centre.

34. The funds of the Centre shall be derived from donations by members, membership fees as determined by the Executive Committee and agreed by the Trustees and from any other sources provided, they do not contravene the teachings of Islam.

35. The financial transactions shall be conducted as per procedures recommended by a professional body and adopted by the Executive Committee.

36. The Treasurer or in his absence a member of the Executive Committee nominated by the Chairman shall present the annual accounts to the members in the annual general meeting. A copy of every balance-sheet (including every document required by law to be annexed thereto), together with a copy of the Treasurer report and the auditor’s report shall be available on demand by the Full Members.

37. The bank account shall be in the name of the Cadishead & Irlam Islamic Centre. The bank shall be informed about the newly elected Chairman and the Executive Committee, Secretary and Treasurer within 14 days of the election. The appropriate authority/authorities are to be informed if required following any change in the Executive Committee

38. Access to Online Banking. Executive Committee will appoint any 2 People. For Cadishead & Irlam Islamic Centre, Chairperson & Treasurer will have access to online banking.


Once at least in every year the accounts of the Centre shall be examined, and correctness of the income and expenditure account and balance-sheet ascertained by a properly qualified auditor or an independent accountant in compliance with the requirements of the Charities Act 2011.

40. RECORDS Minutes

The Executive Committee must keep minutes of all:

  1. Appointments of officers made by the Executive Committee;
  2. Proceedings at all meetings of the Centre;
  3. Meetings of the Executive Committee and all meetings of sub committees; including:

1) The names of the members present in each meeting;

2) The decisions made at the meetings; and

3) Where appropriate the reasons for the decisions.

41. Annual Report and Register of Charities

The Executive Committee must comply with any requirements of the Charities Act (or any statutory re-enactment or modification for the time being in force thereof) with regard to the preparation of an annual report, annual accounts and its transmission to the Charity Commission;

42. Means of communication to be used

Subject to the constitution:

  1. Anything sent or supplied by or the Centre under the constitution may be sent or supplied by whatever method agreed by the Executive Committee.
  2. The Centre may give any notice to the members through;

1) A notice Board in the Centre;

2) Public announcement (at the Friday Prayer congregation)

3) Personally;

4) Post;

5) By leaving it at the address of the member; or

6) By sending it in electronic form to the member’s address.

43. Subject to the provisions of this constitution:

  1. Proof that an envelope containing a notice was properly addressed, prepaid and posted shall be conclusive evidence that the notice was given.
  2. Proof that an electronic form of notice was given shall be conclusive where the Centre can demonstrate that it was properly addressed and sent.

44. Rules

The Executive Committee members may from time to time make such reasonable and proper rules or bye laws as they may deem necessary or expedient for the proper conduct and management of the Centre. The Executive Committee must adopt such means as they think sufficient to bring the rules and bye laws to the notice of members of the Centre. The bye laws may regulate the following matters but are not restricted to them:

  1. The admission of members of the Centre (including the admission of organisations to membership) and the rights and privileges of such members, and the entrance fees, subscriptions and other fees or payments to be made by members;
  2. The conduct of members of the Centre in relation to one another, and to the Centre’s employees and volunteers;
  3. Generally, all such matters as are commonly the subject matter of Centre rules.

Any bye law may be set aside by a Special Resolution of a General Meeting of the Centre and it has the power to alter, add to or repeal the rules or bye laws provided that no rule or bye law shall be inconsistent with, or shall affect or repeal anything contained in the articles.


  1. Any alterations to this constitution shall receive the assent of not less than two-thirds of the Full Members of the Centre present and voting at the Annual General Meeting or a member meeting specially called for the purpose.

  • Any Full Member may propose any amendment to the Constitution. The proposed amendments(s) must be signed by the proposer and seconded and sent to the Chairman or the secretary of the Executive Committee who will then decide whether the proposed amendments(s) will be discussed and considered.

  • If an amendment is proposed by members in a special general meeting as per clause 66, then the rules of that clause shall apply regarding quorum and period of notice.

  • The proposed amendments shall not in any way prejudice the aims and objects of the Centre.

  • No amendments shall be made to the Constitution which will cause the Centre to cease to be a charity.


  1. Should any dispute arise amongst members, these shall be referred to the Executive Committee and then to the Trustees if necessary.

  • If any dispute arises amongst the members of the Executive Committee and is not resolved by mutual agreement then it will be referred to the Trustees for arbitration and their decision will be final.

  • If there is a dispute between the Executive Committee and the Trustees which cannot be resolved following a joint meeting of the Trustees and the Executive Committee then it will be referred to a special general meeting and its decision will be binding.

  • If there is a dispute between Trustees that cannot be amicably resolved, then it will be referred to a joint meeting of the Trustees and the Executive Committee and the majority decision will be final.

  • No decision regarding disputes shall be contrary to principles of Islam.


The Executive Committee and the Trustees shall have the power to interpret this Constitution provided that interpretations are in keeping with the principles of Islam.


  1. If the Executive Committee by a simple majority decides at any time that on the grounds of expense or otherwise it is necessary or advisable to dissolve the Centre they shall call a meeting of all members o the Centre who have the power to vote of which meeting not less than 21 days’ notice (stating the terms of the Resolution to be proposed thereat) shall be given.

  • If such decision shall be confirmed by a simple majority of those present and voting at such meeting the Executive Committee shall have power to dispose of any assets held by or in the name of the Centre.

  • Any assets remaining after the satisfaction of any proper debts and liabilities shall be given or transferred to such charitable Muslim organisation or to such charitable institution or institutions having objects similar to the objects of the Centre as the Executive Committee may decide.

About Cadishead & Irlam Islamic Centre

Cadishead & Irlam Islamic Centre is located in Irlam & Cadishead and caters for all of the local community. We are looking to provide a more complete facility to all of the local Irlam & Cadishead community by expanding the Masjid to provide more services and facilities in the near future.

Contact Us

Cadishead & Irlam Islamic Centre, 1 Greenside Drive Irlam M44 6ZF.

Drafted by Chairperson, General Secretary & Treasurer others Trustee December 2021.

Mahboob Rasool (Chairperson

Emad Uddin (General Secretary)

Irfan Uddin (Treasurer)

Mrs Asia Ishaque (Trustee)

Mr Waleid Majid (Trustee)

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