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Ramadan Calendar for 2024 UK

Ramadan Calendar for 2024 UK.

Complete Guide to Ramadan 2024 in the UK: Dates, Times, and Observances

The UK prepares to welcome the holy month of Ramadan, commencing on the evening of March 10th, 2024 (1445 Hijri calendar).

This guide serves as your comprehensive resource for navigating the month in the UK, offering a detailed Ramadan Calendar and a 30-day timetable for major cities.

Key Information:

  • Start Date: Evening of March 10th, 2024
  • First Day of Fasting (Roza): March 11th, 2024
  • End Date: Expected to be April 8th, 2024 (subject to moon sighting)

Embark on a Meaningful Ramadan Experience:

Ramadan Timetable 2024 UK:

CitySuhoor (Pre-Dawn Meal)Iftar (Breaking Fast)
Ilford5:07 AM5:43 PM
Luton5:07 AM5:45 PM
Liverpool5:21 AM5:52 PM
Manchester5:17 AM5:50 PM
Birmingham5:34 AM5:46 PM
Bradford5:15 AM5:48 PM
Glasgow5:25 AM5:58 PM
London5:07 AM5:43 PM
Slough5:07 AM5:43 PM

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Important Note: These are approximate timings based on previous years. Exact Suhoor and Iftar times may vary slightly depending on your location and the official moon sighting announcement.

Additional Resources:

  • UK-Based Islamic Organizations: Many organizations offer resources and support during Ramadan, including prayer schedules, community events, and educational programs.
  • Online Resources: Numerous websites and apps provide comprehensive Ramadan guides, daily prayers, and inspirational content.

Preparing for Ramadan:

As we approach this sacred time, consider these steps to prepare:

  • Set intentions: Reflect on your personal goals for Ramadan, focusing on spiritual growth, charity, and self-improvement.
  • Plan your meals: Prepare Suhoor and Iftar meals in advance to ensure healthy and balanced options throughout the month.
  • Strengthen your faith: Increase your prayers, Quran recitation, and acts of charity.
  • Connect with your community: Reach out to friends and family, participate in communal prayers and gatherings, and engage in good deeds together.

May this Ramadan be a time of increased blessings, spiritual rejuvenation, and strengthened community spirit for all Muslims in the UK.

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