Monday, 22 August 2016

Jamea Al Kauthar and its Campus Picture Gallery

Jamea Al Kauthar is located in the heart of Lancaster, and consists of a Victorian four storey, grade II listed building (formerly Royal Albert Castle) which forms the boarding wings with extensive, safe and secure accommodation. The madrasah and school are situated in two separate buildings, and all three buildings are surrounded by 20.5 acres of beautiful natural grounds giving a serene setting to relax and enhance the mind and body. 

The Royal Albert is a historical building which, at the time of its construction, enjoyed the moral and financial support of members of the aristocracy and of wealthy businessmen. The day of the laying of the foundation stone was a major historical occasion for the city of Lancaster. The mayor invited all local inhabitants to observe a holiday in the town for half a day. Queen Victoria also granted her patronage to the institution and donated 100 guineas.

Royal Patronage continued to be granted by her successors, i.e. King Edward VII, King George V, King George VI. As such, the property has been very well maintained and is one of Lancaster’s most prominent and historical buildings. It has recently served as a hospital as well as a school for the mentally handicapped.

The buildings cover 300,00 sq. ft and are of similar design and layout to the world famous Oxford University. They are surrounded by 20.5 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. A Victorian, four storey, grade II listed building with extensive accommodation forms the boarding. The other two buildings form the madrasah and school.

Please look through Jamea Al Kauthar picture galleries Video below by clicking on it:-

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