Over 200 attend stone setting of Birmingham's former chief minister

September 19, 2008
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More than 200 people attended Witton Cemetery for the stone setting of Rabbi Leonard Tann, the former chief minister of the city’s Orthodox community. The ceremony was followed by a service at Birmingham Hebrew Congregation, where he had served for 21 years. The service included the unveiling of a portrait of the minister whose interfaith work led to the creation of the Faith Leaders Forum in Birmingham.

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