Hendon

Breast health awareness talk - 'How to be breast aware but not neurotic'

By BMI The Garden Hospital, November 10, 2011
Time:
Wednesday 16 November
7:30pm

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Tempting shoppers' taste buds

By Jessica Elgot, November 3, 2011

Two friends from primary school who have lived on different sides of the world for the majority of their lives are back together for a kosher business venture - a takeaway creperie in Brent Cross which opened this week.

Now both 51, Melissa Levi and Michaela Machat were together at the Woolfson Hillel School until Ms Machat moved to South America with her family when she was 10.

At 21, Mrs L

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Putting the case for the defence

By Jennifer Lipman, November 3, 2011

Devotees of the krav maga self-defence technique benefited from a weekend of intensive training from Israeli experts, one of whom studied under krav maga founder Imi Lichtenfeld.

The Bratislavan Jew developed it in the 1930s to help his community defend itself against fascist attacks. The discipline now forms part of combat training in the Israeli army.

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Rally celebrate the release of Gilad Shalit from captivity

By ZF, October 17, 2011
Time:
Tuesday 18 October
6:00pm - 9:00pm

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Rally celebrate the release of Gilad Shalit from captivity

By israelconnect, October 17, 2011
Time:
Tuesday 18 October
6:00pm - 9:00pm

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Photo finish for Emunah

October 11, 2011

British Emunah marked the completion of the Lady J Family Support and Day Care Centre in Akko by presenting a photo album to Shoshana Turner, daughter of the late Lord and Lady Jakobovits, at the charity's Hendon headquarters.

Lady Jakobovits was British Emunah's life president and a staunch supporter of its work in Israel.

More than £260,000 raised by UK donors has enabled the northern Isr

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Shul Crawl: Alei Tzion, Hendon

By Danny Kessler and Joshua Felberg, September 28, 2011

We started our synagogue reviews almost alphabetically, which meant first stop was Alei Tzion (sorry Aberdeen), a small but growing satellite of the United Synagogue.

We walked in an hour late to find everyone else listening very seriously to the Torah being read.

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Clubhouse off to a flyer

By Jessica Elgot, September 27, 2011

Twenty daring volunteers leapt out of a plane to raise £24,000 for a charity helping disadvantaged Jewish teenage boys.

Ari Leaman of the Boys' Clubhouse in Hendon said participants in the Cambridgeshire skydive included staff, former service users and friends.

Proceeds will go towards providing an activity and training service for around 50 youngsters dealing with drug addiction, homelessn

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Blind woman ready to trek

By Jennifer Lipman, September 22, 2011

A blind Londoner who was told eight years ago that she did not have long to live is to join a Himalayan trek in aid of Help A London Child.

Diabetic since childhood, Louise White, 35, lost her sight after suffering kidney failure at the age of 27, being placed on dialysis and undergoing kidney and pancreatic transplants.

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