Full list of London Suhoor and Iftar times for Ramdan 2023

Ramadan is one of the holiest and most important periods in the Islamic calendar.

Muslims across the UK and all over the globe commemorate the revelation of the Qur’an, and embark on 30 days of fasting during daylight hours.

In 2023, Ramadan is expected to begin on Thursday, March 23, says Islamic Relief, though this isn’t 100% confirmed yet – as it depends on a sighting of the crescent moon.

During Ramadan, the daily fast begins before dawn with a meal called Suhoor, and is broken for the day with an evening meal called Iftar after sunset – with exact times for each varying depending on where you live.

For those in London, the below dates are followed by two times – Suhoor and Iftar:

  • Thursday, March 23: 4.20am, 6.20pm
  • Friday, March 24: 4.18am, 6.22pm
  • Saturday, March 25: 4.15am, 6.24pm
  • Sunday, March 26: 5.14am, 7.25pm
  • Monday, March 27: 5.12am, 7.27pm
  • Tuesday, March 28: 5.11am, 7.29pm
  • Wednesday, March 29: 5.08am, 7.30pm
  • Thursday, March 30: 5.06am, 7.32pm
  • Friday, March 31: 5.05am, 7.34pm
  • Saturday, April 1: 5.02am, 7.35pm
  • Sunday, April 2: 5am, 7.37pm
  • Monday, April 3: 4.58am, 7.39pm
  • Tuesday, April 4: 4.56am, 7.40pm
  • Wednesday, April 5: 4.53am, 7.42pm
  • Thursday, April 6: 4.51am, 7.44pm
  • Friday, April 7: 4.49am, 7.45pm
  • Saturday, April 8: 4.47am, 7.47pm
  • Sunday, April 9: 4.45am, 7.49pm
  • Monday, April 10: 4.42am, 7.51pm
  • Tuesday, April 11: 4.40am, 7.52pm
  • Wednesday, April 12: 4.38am, 7.54pm
  • Thursday, April 13: 4.36am, 7.56pm
  • Friday, April 14: 4.34am, 7.57pm
  • Saturday, April 15: 4.31am, 7.59pm
  • Sunday, April 16: 4.29am, 8.01pm
  • Monday, April 17: 4.27am, 8.02pm
  • Tuesday, April 18: 4.24am, 8.04pm
  • Wednesday, April 19: 4.22am, 8.06pm
  • Thursday, April 20: 4.20am, 8.07pm
  • Friday, April 21: 4.17am, 8.09pm.

Keep in mind that these are London times, shared by Islamic Relief from the East London Mosque.

To check the times of Suhoor and Iftar in other cities, visit Islamic-Relief.org for more timetables. You can also consult your local mosque to find out fasting times for your area.

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