Thursday 14 December 2017

Therapy walk for Emunah

Leon Symons Women of all ages and a toddler in a buggy were among the 25 walkers who helped British Emunah to raise £3,000 towards...

Education leaders tackle shortage of Ivrit Teachers

Leon Symons A seminar in Israel may help to plug the gaps in the ranks of Ivrit teachers in Jewish secondary schools. Eleven secondary school...

UK COMMUNITIES GEAR UP FOR PURIM 2017

Thousands of Jews in shuls up and down the country will be donning fancy dress and dusting down trumpets, rattles and drums to participate...

Rabbi wins by-election

Rabbi Arnold Saunders has won the Kersal by-election for the local council, taking 850 votes for the Conservative party, giving him a majority of...

Seeking Israel’s finest to develop a future in Anglo-Jewry

 By Leon Symon When people talk about Israel, it’s normally with the intention of heading for the sun, sea and sand. The United Synagogue decided to...

Green agrees deal over BHS pensions

By Leon Symons Sir Philip Green has agreed to pay as much as £363m into the pension scheme of BHS, the company he once owned...

Help on the horizon for youngsters in pain

Families with young Crohn’s or colitis sufferers heard there is hope for improved treatment options at an information evening organised by Camp Simcha and...

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