Eid Milad-un-Nabi

This evening I have attended Radcliffe Civic Hall for the celebration of Eid Milad-un-Nabi the celebration of the birthday of the Prophet Mohammad which is one of the main religious festivals in the year for Muslims. The evening was organised by ADAB who do an excellent job in helping the Asian Community in Bury.
On Wednesday I attended a meeting of Bury Council when it was announced that Councillor Wayne Campbell who is presently Leader of the Opposition is to resign his seat after 25 years service because he has taken up a new job with Six Town Housing (this is the organsiation that manages and maintains local authority housing in Bury). To serve the Community for a quarter of a century is a great achievement ~regardless of Party~ and I am sure he will miss the cut and thrust of the Council Chamber.
On Thursday evening I was over in Bolton at the Last Drop Hotel where I attended a fund raising dinner in aid of Bolton Conservatives where the guest speaker was William Hague M.P.
I even won a prize in their raffle a box of House of Commons mint chocolates and a bottle of Cava!

Published by David Nuttall

Business and Political Consultant

2 thoughts on “Eid Milad-un-Nabi

  1. David,
    Thank you for your kind words regarding Wayne Campbell’s resignation. I totally agree with you that irrespective of party allegiance it is a wonderful achievement to give 25years of public service. It’s a pity that your colleague from Bury South could not be as gracious.
    Good to see you again – still following the antics of CeeCee.

  2. Dear David,
    I just wanted to thank you for taking your valuable time on a Saturday evening to joins for the Milad Un Nabi celebrations at the Radcliffe Civic Centre. On behalf of everyone at ADAB we are very grateful for your continuous support and commitment towards the community in Bury.

    Many thanks and kind regards
    Dr. Lal
    Chairman ADAB

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