Golders Green

Golders Green applies for free school

By Robyn Rosen, May 26, 2011

Parents in Golders Green have applied to the government to open a free primary school which has the backing of the Chief Rabbi.

Golders Green Jewish Primary would be modern Orthodox in outlook. Its supporters want it to open in 2012 as part of the Department for Education's free schools programme, giving parents the power to start their own local schools.


Arrests over synagogue robberies

By Jennifer Lipman, May 26, 2011

Two people have been arrested in connection with a spate of burglaries at synagogues in London.

In April it emerged that there had been a series of robberies at synagogues in Golders Green.

Police said that over a three-month period around £110,000 worth of religious items had been taken.


Car on fire near Golders Green school

May 23, 2011

Firefighters were called near to a Jewish school in Golders Green earlier today after a car caught alight on the same road.

The blaze, which happened near Menorah Primary School, caused severe damage to a parked car and singed a nearby fence and garden shed. There were no injuries from the fire.

The fire service is investigating the cause of the incident.


Eco friendly caring

May 19, 2011

Liverpool Wavertree Labour MP Luciana Berger took a particular interest in the eco credentials of Jewish Care's Golders Green campus when she toured the premises.

The shadow minister for energy and climate change was escorted by Jewish care chief executive Simon Morris and the charity's property director, Jeff Andrews.


Kisharon lauds key backer

By Jessica Elgot, May 19, 2011

Philanthropist Leo Noé was honoured for his 20 years of charitable work at special needs charity Kisharon's fundraising dinner at the Hilton Park Lane in central London on Sunday.


Families want the lessons of 7/7 learned

By Robyn Rosen, May 12, 2011

The sister of one of the Jewish victims of the 7/7 bombings has urged that the coroner's recommendations at the inquest should not be "swept under the carpet".

Lady Justice Hallett produced a report at the end of a 19-week inquest into the deaths of 52 people who were among passengers on trains and a London bus targeted by four suicide bombers in London in 2005.


Dad buried £80k gold in Hackney back yard

By Jessica Elgot, April 28, 2011

An "unprecedented" gold hoard of rare American coins, buried by a German Jewish man in Hackney, has been dug up and will now be returned to his family.


Breakfast Briefings: Sir Victor Blank

By LJCC, April 15, 2011
Wednesday 1 June


Grayson Perry, RA in Conversation with Jacky Klein

By LJCC, April 15, 2011
Thursday 26 May


The Art of Being Brilliant in the Workplace

By LJCC, April 15, 2011
Wednesday 25 May
7:30pm - 27 July 2011, 9:00pm