Multicultural day for Hertsmere Jewish Primary School

July 24, 2008

Hertsmere Jewish Primary School invited 60 children from a multicultural Watford primary for a programme designed to broaden understanding of other cultures. The visitors from Chater Junior School were given a tour of Elstree and Borehamwood Synagogue by Rabbi Naftali Brawer before joining HJPS pupils for lunch and an afternoon programme of team games and Israeli singing and dancing.


Shul and golf clubs get listed status

By Jay Grenby, July 17, 2008

Radlett and Bushey Reform Synagogue has been listed in Hertsmere Borough Council’s new register of locally important properties which contribute “significantly to the quality of the built environment”.

The synagogue building is a former church standing on an elevated and prominent position in Radlett’s main street. It was nominated for its architectural significance, contribution to the streetscape and local historic interest as a place of worship since its construction in 1930.   


Esther Rantzen addresses Association of Jewish Refugees' summer get-together

July 10, 2008

Broadcaster and journalist Esther Rantzen addressed an Association of Jewish Refugees' summer get-together at Radlett and Bushey Reform Synagogue. The meeting was attended by 125 AJR members - Holocaust survivors and refugees from Nazism - and organised as part of the association's outreach programme.


Pair raise over £4,000 for Emunah's Sarah Ronson Crisis and Intervention Centre in Sderot

July 10, 2008

Carole Briggs and Camille Compton raised over £4,000 for Emunah's Sarah Ronson Crisis and Intervention Centre in Sderot by hosting a production by Masters of the House at the Radlett Centre for a 300-strong audience.


Pupils involved in Eastern Europe charity

June 5, 2008

Sixty year six Hertsmere Jewish Primary pupils are involved in a project backing World Jewish Relief’s Gifts in Kind programme, collecting clothes and stationery for distribution to children in Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova.


United and Reform's joint event

By Jay Grenby, May 8, 2008

Members of Radlett’s United and Reform synagogues seized on an opportunity to set religious differences aside as they enjoyed a joint Yom Atzmaut celebration on Wednesday.

Although the third occasion that the congregations have got together for Israel’s birthday, it was the first time that they had used the cross-communal Clore Shalom Primary in Shenley as the venue.