Established in the 1970s, The Green Lane Mosque & Community Centre (GLMCC), is a mosque in Birmingham, linked to the Ahl-i Hadith Salafi movement. One of the buildings was originally constructed as a public library and baths, designed by local architects Martin & Chamberlain and built in the redbrick and terracotta Gothic-Jacobean style between 1893 and 1902. The complex includes prayer halls for men and women, a community hall, madrasah, library, shop, and some accommodation. It also provides funeral services to the local Muslim community.
Location: 20 Green Ln, Birmingham B9 5DB, UK
Style: Gothic-Jacobean style
CAPACITY: 3,500 (including women)