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Rita Newmark’s lifetime achievement award 

The Board of Management at Ilford Federation Synagogue are delighted to announce that their long-standing member and Honorary Life Vice President of The Ladies Guild, Mrs Rita Newmark has been awarded The JVN Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award at

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Melava Malka at IFS 

Ilford Federation held their Annual Melava Malka which took place on the 21 Jan for the first time in three years, due to the Covid pandemic.   Hosted by Rabbi David and Rebbetzin Judy Singer who welcomed

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Maybe it’s because she’s a Londoner

By Manny Robinson ANY time you’re Wanstead way, any evening any day, you’ll find Doreen Golding doing the Wanstead walk, oi! That’s because the 82-year-old great grandmother is Pearly Queen of Old Kent Road and Bow

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A VR journey to Auschwitz-Birkenau

By Micaela BLITZ IN NOVEMBER, Chigwell and Hainault United Synagogue hosted a unique film screening with almost 140 people being able to journey to Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp without even leaving their seats. The Triumph of Spirit

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Chigwell and Hainault Synagogue

IN the mere three months since Rabbi Rafi Goodwin was appointed senior rabbi at Chigwell and Hainault Synagogue, exciting plans for 2023 and beyond are already taking shape. Included are a multi-million pound building and renovation

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Cranbrook United Synagogue

By Belinda Keller CRANBROOK United Synagogue is a special shul for so many people of every generation – warm, welcoming and a place of magical memories. And over the past years it has gone from strength

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Essex Menorah lightings for December

LEYTONSTONE and Wanstead Synagogue (LAWS) are delighted to be organising a Leytonstone Menorah street party and candle lighting on Sunday 18 December at 5:30pm. Free latkes, doughnuts and hot chocolate will be served as Leytonstone rocks

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Become a Guardian of the Memory

By Laurie Rosenberg LAST September I was at the stone-setting for my brother. As well as giving us a sense of closure, it also provided an indelible link in the chain of tradition that spans over

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Rita Newmark’s lifetime achievement award 

The Board of Management at Ilford Federation Synagogue are delighted to announce that their long-standing member and Honorary Life Vice President of The Ladies Guild, Mrs Rita Newmark has been awarded The JVN Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award at

Read More »

Melava Malka at IFS 

Ilford Federation held their Annual Melava Malka which took place on the 21 Jan for the first time in three years, due to the Covid pandemic.   Hosted by Rabbi David and Rebbetzin Judy Singer who welcomed

Read More »

Maybe it’s because she’s a Londoner

By Manny Robinson ANY time you’re Wanstead way, any evening any day, you’ll find Doreen Golding doing the Wanstead walk, oi! That’s because the 82-year-old great grandmother is Pearly Queen of Old Kent Road and Bow

Read More »

A VR journey to Auschwitz-Birkenau

By Micaela BLITZ IN NOVEMBER, Chigwell and Hainault United Synagogue hosted a unique film screening with almost 140 people being able to journey to Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp without even leaving their seats. The Triumph of Spirit

Read More »

Chigwell and Hainault Synagogue

IN the mere three months since Rabbi Rafi Goodwin was appointed senior rabbi at Chigwell and Hainault Synagogue, exciting plans for 2023 and beyond are already taking shape. Included are a multi-million pound building and renovation

Read More »

Cranbrook United Synagogue

By Belinda Keller CRANBROOK United Synagogue is a special shul for so many people of every generation – warm, welcoming and a place of magical memories. And over the past years it has gone from strength

Read More »

Essex Menorah lightings for December

LEYTONSTONE and Wanstead Synagogue (LAWS) are delighted to be organising a Leytonstone Menorah street party and candle lighting on Sunday 18 December at 5:30pm. Free latkes, doughnuts and hot chocolate will be served as Leytonstone rocks

Read More »

Become a Guardian of the Memory

By Laurie Rosenberg LAST September I was at the stone-setting for my brother. As well as giving us a sense of closure, it also provided an indelible link in the chain of tradition that spans over

Read More »