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This survey has been designed to assess the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on mosques. It will inform specific requests made to authorities to mosques and their recovery and sustainability, as well as highlight the challenges faced by mosques over the last year to funders, the media, and other Muslims. 

It is run jointly by the Muslim Council of Britain, the Muslim Council of Wales, and the Muslim Council of Scotland.

Dr Abdul-Azim Ahmed is the lead researcher and can be reached at ahmedma1@cardiff.ac.uk if you have any queries or questions.

e.1.e. We are committed to ensuring protection of all personal information that we hold. We recognise our obligations to meet the requirements of GDPR. Are you happy for us to contact you in the future about this research and other projects?
2.2. What is the current status of your mosque?

This part of the survey uses a table of questions, 

3.3.
Before the pandemic Now
Daily visitors to the mosque (for worship, education, or any other activities)
Average attendance for a Friday Prayer
Children attending madrassa (if you have one)
Average monthly income via donations
4.4. Due to the pandemic, have you had to furlough or make redudant any staff?
6.6. Do you do have any of the following?
7.7. Have you received any financial assistance during the pandemic, such as grants, loans, or funding?
8.8. Has your mosque run any of the following services since the pandemic began? Tick all that apply.