15 September 2018 (Sat-Sun 10am-4pm)
16 September 2018
Norwoodville is an iconic twin-pedimented villa in Pollokshields, now renovated as a Mosque and Madrasa. It has unique �Thomsonesque� features such as an alcove decorated with an intricate mirror mosaic.
Norwoodville is an iconic twin pedimented villa in Pollokshields, Europe's first planned green suburb. It was built circa 1878 as a residential dwelling and is described as a "Thomsonesque" Villa.
In the 1920s, it was converted into a Synogogue and served the local Orthodox Jewish community of Pollokshields for over 60 years. In 1988, the then vacant building was acquired by Taleem ul Islam Trust for the growing Muslim community. After being extensively renovated in 2006, the building serves as a Mosque and Madrasa; a unique place of worship and study.
Parking: On street parking available free of charge
Accessibility: Only the basement level of building is wheelchair accessible
Visitors will be required to kindly remove their shoes
Architect: Architect Unknown
Building Date: 1878
Doors Open Day 2018:
Browse the mini exhibition, learn about the Mosque and enjoy some tasty snacks.
Do not miss this fantastic opportunity to learn about our building and the role the Mosque plays within our community. And of course no visit would be complete without trying some delicious desserts from around the Muslim world.
??Booking not required
Children will love our kidzone- where they can design and colour patterns with an Islamic theme.