We take pleasure in welcoming worshippers and visitors to Exeter Mosque & Cultural Centre . In order to maintain peace and tranquillity due to such a religious place, we would like to draw your attention to the following Rules of Conduct which must be followed while on the premises:
– All visitors are required to be properly and decently dressed
–For maintaining a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere avoid noisy discussions and quarrels
–– Parents who bring their children are required to keep control of their children in general and to prevent them from interrupting the prayers or sermons or any other functions.
–– No political or sectarian activities are allowed. No distribution of any leaflets, literature, canvassing, or organising marches , demonstration or any promotion or propaganda are allowed.
– meetings, classes, lectures, conferences and any other gatherings will only take place in they are part of the Exeter Mosque & Cultural Centre activities or programmes or if they have been sanctioned in writing by the Board of Trustees
–Unauthorized collection of money is not allowed.
–Unauthorized trading is not allowed
–Begging is not allowed
–No pets are allowed on the premises
–No smoking is allowed on the premises
–Cars must be parked only in the allocated area. All entrances and exists must be kept free from any obstacles. Any interference with the staff and work routines will not be tolerated
–For any suggestions or complaints, please write to the Board of Trustees with your name, address and contact details.
–– if the rules of conduct are not adhered to, the Managements will exercise its right to deny access or entry to any person or persons not abiding by them. Furthermore the Managements reserves the right to take whatever additional action is necessary in order to maintain and uphold the religious and cultural dignity of these premises.
-No person or organisation shall have any entitlement or expectation to the use (temporary or casual) of “Mosque premises ” .For the avoidance of doubt “Mosque premises” include the Mosque Car Park.
-The use of Mosque Premises for a temporary or casual event/s shall be at the entire discretion of the Board of Trustees and in exercising its discretion the Board of Trustees shall seek full information about the need for use such as for example the nature of event, the character of activity, the number of persons attending, the regularity of event and expected benefit to the community.
– The Board may use Emergency Procedure to grant or
refuse permission in relation to urgent requests caused by
Exeter Mosque also has the other policies available upon request including:
Whistle blowing policy
Staff code of conduct policy
and some more