Bournemouth Islamic Centre

The centre is established to promote the benefit of the Muslim community in Bournemouth by promoting religion, advancing education, relieving poverty and distress and by providing facilities for protection of health and recreation with the aim of improving the conditions of life of the community.

The centre operates for the benefit of all Muslims irrespective of their ethnic background, gender, country of origin or age. At present those who use the centre

Coronavirus Update

The Bournemouth Islamic Centre & Central Mosque


In accordance with the Government Guidelines,


For attendees, the following rules will be in place:


  1. Bring your own Prayer Mat (Musallah) and a carrier bag for your shoes  

  2. Perform Wuḍū from Home (Ablution & toilet facilities will be unavailable) 

  3. Face Mask will be compulsory to enter the mosque premises

  4. Wash or sanitise your hands on entering/leaving the mosque premises 

  5. You must not attend the mosque if you are ill and/or have any Covid-19 symptoms 

What We Do

  1. Seperate Prayer Rooms for Men & Women

  2. Seperate facility to perform Wadhu for Men & Women

  3. Quranic courses for adults(both men & Women) as well as children

  4. Islamic knowledge provided to anyone intrested (including New muslims, Non-muslims)

  5. Provides a service to schools for Religious Education

  6. Provides information to people about Dorset

  7. Provide Social activities and support to local Muslim community

  8. Marriage, divorce, death services

  9. Parties during Islamic Festivals & special occasions etc.

  10. Contributes to the Dorset Community in general, by providing awareness of the Muslim community in Bournemouth and providing support and a contact point for both Muslims and local agencies.