Jalalia Jaame Mosque thanks NHS with touching poem

Date published: 12 February 2021

Worshippers at the Jalalia Jaame Mosque in Rochdale have created a touching poem, thanking NHS staff for their hard work during the pandemic.

The short video features members of the Trafalgar Street mosque congregation, Rochdale MP Tony Lloyd and leader of the Council, Allen Brett, thanking carers and front line services for working so hard to save lives over the last year.

After outlining the reasons why the health service should be seen as superheroes, the participants all showed their gratitude, ending the video by thanking the NHS.


Do you have a story for us?

Let us know by emailing news@rochdaleonline.co.uk
All contact will be treated in confidence.

To contact the Rochdale Online news desk, email news@rochdaleonline.co.uk or visit our news submission page.

To get the latest news on your desktop or mobile, follow Rochdale Online on Twitter and Facebook.

While you are here...

...we have a small favour to ask; would you support Rochdale Online and join other residents making a contribution, from just £3 per month?

Rochdale Online offers completely independent local journalism with free access. If you enjoy the independent news and other free services we offer (event listings and free community websites for example), please consider supporting us financially and help Rochdale Online to continue to provide local engaging content for years to come. Thank you.

Support Rochdale Online