The Flower Store

Category: Florists
136 Shenley Road, Borehamwood, WD6 1EF, 020 8953 5262

Just Kosher Deli & Bakery

Category: Kosher Delis, supermarkets
5-7 Croxdale Road, Borehamwood, WD6 4QD, 020 8207 5556

IT HBC Computer

Category: Computer sales, services
16 Wentworth Path, Borehamwood, WD6 4ET, 020 8387 0418

Lee Alembick Computer Services

Category: Computer sales, services
41 Fuzehill Road, Borehamwood, WD6 2DJ, 079321 55347

Jason Millan

Category: Kosher Catering, banqueting
Elstree Business Centre Elstree Way, Borehamwood, WD6 1RX , 020 8624 3296

JM (Kosher Caterers)

Category: Kosher Catering, banqueting
PO Box 247, Borehamwood, WD6 1YL, 020 8624 3296

Mitzvah Day: Show of faith in Elstree

By Jan Grenby, November 19, 2009

Three Hertsmere shuls were represented on Mitzvah Day at A Celebration of Faiths, the launch of the borough’s inaugural Interfaith Week.

The Liberal Synagogue Elstree’s Shul of Rock kicked-off the event at Borehamwood’s Village Hall before a crowd of several hundred including Hertsmere Mayor Councillor Rosemary Gilligan. The performance of Shul of Rock — a band of teenage musicians supplemented by minister Rabbi Pete Tobias on guitar — was markedly different to the church choirs that followed them.


Borehamwood & Elstree Sephardi Synagogue Shabbat service

By Rambam Sephardi Synagogue, November 16, 2009
Saturday 21 November
9:00am - 12:00pm


Council approves Borehamwood eruv

By Robyn Rosen, November 12, 2009

An eruv will be built in Borehamwood in a “matter of weeks” after Hertsmere’s planning committee unanimously backed an amended application.

Although the original application was approved in 2007, changes have been made to 21 of the 34 pole locations and one new pole site has been added.

“This has been needed in the community for a long time,” said Ebor Eruv Campaign trustee David Freedman. “I’m very pleased we’ve managed to secure what we wanted.”


Yavneh deputy head leaves

By Leon Symons, November 5, 2009

The deputy head of Yavneh College in Borehamwood is leaving to head a new academy school in Essex.

Matthew Slater joined Yavneh in 2005, a year before it opened, and has been instrumental in overseeing most of the building work that has transformed it into a state-of-the-art school.

He is leaving at the end of this term to become principal of Drapers’ Academy in Harold Hill, a project similar to Yavneh in that the new school will be developed from existing buildings.