Stapely Jewish Residential and Nursing Home

Category: Independent Care facilities
North Mossley Hill Road, Liverpool, L18 8BR, 0151 724 3260

Carola's Celebration Cakes

Category: Kosher Catering, banqueting
196 Booker Avenue, Merseyside, Liverpool, L18 9TB, 0151 724 4912

King David Primary School

Category: Mainstream primary schools, Voluntary aided; Headteacher: Mrs Rachel Rick
Beauclair Drive, Liverpool, L15 6XH, 0151 722 3372

King David High School

Category: Mainstream secondary schools, Voluntary aided; Headteacher: Mrs Brigid Smith
Childwall Road, Liverpool, L15 6UZ, 0151 722 7496

Cuddly Bears

Category: Estate agents, property services
40 Rodney Street, Liverpool, L1 9AA, 0151 706 8038

Invest in Liverpool

Category: Estate agents, property services
33-35 Cheapside , Liverpool, L2 2DY , 0151 255 0066

£25m campus rebuild at Liverpool's King David school

November 12, 2009

A ceremony to launch the £25 million rebuild of Liverpool’s King David campus was held on Tuesday in the presence of Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks.

The scheme will improve facilities at the high school and relocate the primary and kindergarten sections plus Harold House community centre to the high school’s Childwall site. It is part of the government’s Building Schools for the Future programme, with funding also coming from the King David Foundation.


Lord Steinberg dies at Ritz Hotel, London

By Jessica Elgot, November 4, 2009

The tycoon Lord Steinberg has died at the Ritz Hotel, London, where he was staying before attending the House of Lords.

The former Leonard Steinberg, 73, a Conservative life peer and president of the Northern Ireland Friends of Israel, died suddenly in his room in London's Picadilly.

His body was escorted back to his home in Hale by the Manchester Chevra Kadisha and the funeral was at Dunham Lawn cemetery in Altrincham today.

Lord Steinberg, who was born in Belfast, made his fortune in the gambling industry, as the founder and non-executive chairman of Stanley Leisure.


Zionists stop medical talk after campaign

By Robyn Rosen, October 29, 2009

Two lectures by Israeli-based charity Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-I) were cancelled after a Zionist organisation told hospitals holding the talks that they were “anti-Israel”.

Miri Weingarten from PHR-I was due to give a lecture, entitled The Right to Health in a Conflict Zone, to three hospitals in Manchester, Liverpool and Bury last week.

But just hours before the lecture, the Manchester Royal Infirmary and Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool cancelled the event.


Anger over Cathedral art

By Robyn Rosen, October 1, 2009

An Israel support group in Liverpool is outraged at a cathedral which, they claim, is displaying a “one-sided” exhibition of children in Gaza.

Last week, the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool city centre unveiled the exhibition, entitled Loss of Innocence, featuring pieces of art by Gaza children.

But Sue Hadden, chairwoman of the Liverpool Israel Support Group, was angered by its content and contacted the cathedral.

She said: “There needs to be more balance. If they are showing pictures of Gaza children suffering, it should show Sderot children who have suffered terribly.”