A Wrexham refugee charity is hosting a Festival of Eid event to mark the end of Ramadan. 

The event will be held at Wrexham Islamic Culture Centre & Mosque on Sunday April 21 from 12am until 6pm, to mark the Islamic holy month of fasting and prayer.

Anyone that cannot make the event however would like to donate can do so here. 

The charity Refugee Kindness - North Wales launched on August 21, 2020 after founder, Rachel Watkin, posted a request for donated furniture via Facebook, to be given to a refugee family that had been relocated to Wrexham.

The charity now supports over 80 families living in Wrexham and across North Wales and is constantly looking to recruit more volunteers. 

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They deliver donated household items to refugees across North Wales, as well as assist with medical, legal, housing, and employment advice sign-posting.

Discussing their upcoming event, Refugee Kindness said: "Eid is one of the largest and most important celebrations in the Islamic calendar, and (Refugee Kindness) has been working very closely with the Mosque community to arrange the Festival of Eid, where there will be some delicious food along with entertainment and activities for all the family.

"Everyone is welcome, so please come to support Refugee Kindness - North Wales, and help us raise vital funds so that we can continue to support the Refugee Families in North Wales."