A city mosque opened its doors for the Peterborough National Autistic Society to hold a support session.
The session at the Masjid Khadijah And Islamic Centre in Cromwell Road saw children and young people who have autism welcomed within a fully inclusive environment, raising the profile of disability inclusion within mosques.
Peterborough National Autistic Society branch chair Nazreen Bibi (pictured third from left) said: “It’s been a pleasure working with the members of the Khadija mosque.
“This session will form the foundation of a good working relationship.
“The feedback from the parents/carers has been extremely positive and it’s a great pleasure to be part of a disability inclusion initiative.”