The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Slough and South Bucks held a Quran Exhibition alongside an artwork display on the theme of love, peace and harmony, prepared by the pupils of Pippins Primary School in Colnbrook last week.
The exhibition proved a big success with many translations of the Holy Quran on display for the pupils and parents.
The artwork display was prepared by the pupils in their art classes with 200 pupils and over 75 parents attended the exhibition.
Atiq Ahmad Bhatti, President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Slough and South Bucks said: “The school was very kind to offer us the opportunity to hold the Quran Exhibition. As a way for the school to be engaged we decided that the pupils would create an artwork display and exhibition on the theme of love, peace and harmony. The finished material was beautiful and meticulously put together. It really is a testament to the creative ability at Pippins School and the incredible support given by the teachers and staff.”