The Broadway is hosting an Eid celebration on Saturday 22 April.
As Ramadan ends, the Centre will be a hive of activity from 11am-5pm with amazing dhol drummers performing and henna artists primed to get shoppers ready for their own celebrations.
Shoppers are invited to leave donations for the henna service and all proceeds will go to The Broadway’s charity partner, Bradford Nightstop.
Ian Ward, general manager of The Broadway, Bradford, said: “Eid is a hugely exciting celebration and this year we’re really pulling out all the stops to make it extra special for shoppers. There are a whole host of activities taking place in the Centre and we expect huge crowds for the dhol drummers who are playing throughout the day.
“Bradford has a rich cultural heritage and we are honoured to be able to take part in Eid celebrations as Ramadan comes to an end. In the spirit of Eid, we are inviting shoppers to make a charitable donation to Bradford Nightstop when taking advantage of the henna service- the local charity supports youth homelessness across Bradford.”
There will also be a ‘Giving Box’ located outside the M&S. Shoppers are invited to donate a gift that will be distributed to children who are in hospitals throughout Bradford and are unable to celebrate Eid at home. The Giving Box is part of Raising Explorers and the Global Rahmah Foundation’s Gift for Eid campaign.
All activities will be based outside of the M&S and will run between 11am-5pm. The Broadway, Bradford has more than 80 retail stores and over 20 eateries, plus a six-screen boutique cinema.
For more information, please visit www.broadwaybradford.com