Immanuel pupils’ Polish project
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A group of pupils from Bushey’s Immanuel College have visited Poland as part of the school’s charitable project to improve the lives of Polish Jewry.
Prior to the trip, sixth-formers had raised money for a display fridge for the kosher shop in Cracow and items for the Jewish school in Warsaw.
A poignant part of the itinerary was the unveiling of a new plaque at the Jewish cemetery in Lublin commemorating the 100-plus local orphans and many elderly residents of the Lublin Jewish Shelter murdered by the Nazis.