VISITS TO PLACES OF WORSHIP
EEFA can arrange visits to places of worship in Ipswich and elsewhere.† Most places prefer not to have more than 30 children at any one time.† We can help you meet this requirement by arranging swap over visits to two different places on the same day.

 

Visits to Ipswich Guru Nanak Gurdwara.

The Committee of the Ipswich Guru Nanak Gurdwara has asked us to regularise visits from schools and other groups in order to make the best use of its membersí time.  Please let us know your requirements and we will endeavour to meet them.

 

 

Visits to Ipswich Bond Street Mosque.

The Committee of the Ipswich Bond Street Mosque would prefer to receive visitors by arrangement on Tuesday and preferably at 1:00pm when they gather for mid-day prayers.  But please contact us with your particular requirements and we will endeavour to match them as best we can.

 

 

Visits to the Ipswich Buddhist Centre.

The Centre is happy to receive visiting parties by arrangement at any reasonable time.

 

 

Visits to the Ipswich Hindu Samaj

The Samaj is happy to receive visiting parties by arrangement at any reasonable time.

 

 

Visits to the Colchester Synagogue.

The Colchester Synagogue is happy to receive visiting parties on Mondays and Tuesdays by arrangement.

 

 

Visits to places of worship in Norwich.

We can also arrange visits to the Earlham Road Synagogue, the Ihsan Mosque, the Anglican and Roman Catholic Cathedrals and the Gurdwara Sri Guru Ramdas Prakash in Norwich.

 

Visits to places of worship in Cambridge.

We can also arrange visits to the Cambridge Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue, the Cambridge New Mosque, the Cambridge Abu Bakr Jamia Mosque and the Cambridge Buddhist Centre.