The Al-Ghazali Centre is a community centre that responds to the need of the diverse local community through the delivery and provision of social, educational and health programmes and activities. The centre stands as a resource for the community that develops children’s, young people’s and adults social and learning abilities within a safe environment and increases community participation and improves quality of life throughout the community.
Over the past 25 years the centre has grown and expanded, starting with a small group of young people and delivering social activities in various buildings around the city to now owning our own building in heart of the community and opening our doors to over 600 people per week. We have gained great experience in delivering projects to the community and our programmes are very popular with members of the community, sessions are always well attended and a number of projects we have waiting lists.
Al-Ghazali centre aims to continue to develop it’s partnerships through networking with statutory and voluntary organisations. The Centre has refurbished a redundant church on Earle Road in Liverpool 7 and now provides a wide range of support to the whole of the local community. It was established in 1992 by parents from the local Yemeni community led by the current Executive Director, Ustath Ahmed Saif, and originally focussed on providing Arabic language and cultural studies to the children of the local Muslim community. The purchase and refurbishment of the building was made possible through local and international fundraising.
Congratulations to the Al-Ghazali Karate members that graded
Al-Ghazali Shotokan Karate Club and JKS England squad
On Saturday 22nd September 2018, the British Red Cross
We had a great meeting with Granby Toxteth development trust
The World Shotokan Karate Championship took place this year