Grade I Mosque

THE Shah Jahan Mosque in Woking has become the first building of its kind in England to be given Grade I listed status.

The accolade was given this week by Historic England and means that Britain’s first purpose-built mosque, which was founded in 1889, joins the 2.5% of listed buildings that have the highest level.

The Salar Jung Memorial Hall, which is part of the complex in Oriental Road, was given Grade II status.

The Shan Jahan Mosque in Woking

See 15 March edition for full story

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