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21 Daws Lane , Mill Hill, NW7 4SD, 020 8358 7320
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38 Selvage Lane, Mill Hill, NW7 3SP, 020 8959 6131
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10 Thornfield Parade, Dollis Road, Mill Hill, NW7 1LN, 020 8922 9454
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524 Watford Way, Mill Hill, NW7 4SY, 020 8959 6464
September 10, 2009
Three members of a Jewish family convicted of running a chain of brothels have been stripped of their remaining assets.
Spencer Rolfe and his sister Adele Lubin were both jailed for 15 months in August last year.
Rolfe, of Green Avenue, Mill Hill, must return £28,500 made through his criminality.
Lubin, of Watford Way, Hendon, was ordered by Southwark Crown Court to pay back £42,000.
Lubin’s son, David Howard, who was given a six-month jail sentence suspended for two years, must now return £30,000 under the Proceeds of Crimes Act.
June 1, 2009
Casual Nomads were beaten in a friendly by Mill Hill Village. A stylish knock of 37 from Andy Finlay, playing his first game of the season, and a breezy 30 from Andy Landesberg saw Nomads post a competitive total. Despite a marvellous spell of controlled aggression with the ball which brought teenager Moshe Sulzbacher 4-36, Nomads could not remove the home side's hard-hitting opener who brought up his century in the penultimate over, leaving the visitors four wickets short of victory.
By Candice Krieger, May 7, 2009
Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet of Mill Hill Synagogue, north London, has been praised by the Financial Times for the credit crunch initiative he launched in his community. Last year, he set up the Resource Committee, a network of businesses, employment experts and counsellors. It was highlighted in the FT’s report on Britons turning to religion during the recession. Rabbi Schochet also set up an emergency fund for members in immediate crisis, and a Shabbat fund which, as the JC reported, received a cash boost from Sir Philip Green.
November 6, 2008
Jewish Blind and Disabled has received £350 from the Waitrose Community Matters charitable fundraising scheme. Each month, the supermarket supports local causes suggested by shoppers and JBD was backed by the Mill Hill East store. JBD's Hazel Kaye said the money would go towards "the continued upkeep of our seven assisted living projects".