Thursday 2 April 2020

Raleigh Close: building the future

Hendon United Synagogue – known globally as Raleigh Close - is set to embark on a £6m regeneration venture. The Hendon Community Campus will ensure...

A morning in the ‘Nicky’

The Nicky Alliance Centre, or the Nicky as it’s locally known, was formerly the Manchester Jewish Blind Society, which was located on the same...

Change conference takes leaders on new direction

Leeds lay leaders Raina Sheaf and Susie Gordon attended the first Yesod senior professional leadership programme in Barcelona last week. The Challenges of Change conference...

Promoting Israel’s tourism

New Israel Tourist Office London chief Sharon Bershadsky held a spectacular travel trade event at One Whitehall Place last week to promote its “Land...

A walk for a good cause

Hundreds of children and adults participated in the Hospital Kosher Meal Service (HKMS) Walk last Sunday. Many schools encouraged their pupils to take part in...

Camp Simcha trio wrap up for fundraiser

Three north London mums kept their fundraising skills under wraps to raise almost £700 for Camp Simcha this week. Anita Rietti, Judy Silkoff and Sara...

Mothers making a difference

Five wonderful mothers from Shenley have managed to achieve something amazing for children and parents in the local area. Through their incredible hard work,...

United Synagogue – creating new communities

Back in February 2015, the United Synagogue published their strategic review, which highlighted some significant points in relation to British Jewry. One of the...

Stanmore stay ahead of the game

Stanmore and Canons Park Synagogue has a history steeped in tradition. One of the United Synagogue’s jewels in Anglo Jewry, its community was the largest...

JFS Students help the homeless

Year 12 students at JFS spent the afternoon giving out GIFT bags containing sandwiches and toiletries to homeless people in Central London, as part...

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