The Shah Jahan Mosque, built in 1889 by Dr Gottleib Wilhelm Leitner, was the first mosque to be built in the UK and Northern Europe. The mosque is situated on Oriental Road in Woking, about three quarters of a mile from the railway station and town centre.

Today the mosque has the honour of being listed as a historical Grade 2 building and is also a registered charity. The Mosque has recently undergon a full renovation/decoration project to restore it back to its full glory.

History of the Mosque - Part 1

History of the Mosque - Part 2

History of the Mosque - Part 3