The Egg Stores Limited
Category: Kosher Delis, supermarkets
4-6 Stanford Hill, Stamford Hill, N16 6XZ, 929 8806 2266
Category: Kosher Restaurants
45 Grovelands Road, Stamford Hill, N15 6BT, 020 8802 9020
Eckstein's Fine Meats and Deli
Category: Kosher Butchers
Netto Shopping Village, 158 Clapton Common, Stamford Hill, E5 9AG, 020 8809 4656
By Marcus Dysch, February 11, 2010
A former Stamford Hill pub is reopening as a yeshivah after a lengthy rebuilding project.
The British Oak was bought by the Belz community in 2002 and has been transformed at a cost of around £1 million. Supporters took part in a range of celebratory and fundraising events to mark the centre’s opening ceremony.
Rabbi Aaron Rokeach travelled from Israel to represent his father, Belz Rebbe Rabbi Issachar Dov Rokeach.
He spent Shabbat at the Holiday Inn at Luton Airport, where he was joined by over 140 community members who had each donated £3,600 to the project.
By Robyn Rosen, February 4, 2010
The future looks “positive” for the Interlink Foundation, the umbrella organisation for strictly Orthodox charities, after two years of deficit.
Addressing Interlink’s annual meeting, held in Stamford Hill and attended by over 100 charity representatives, trustee Rabbi Aba Dunner said a lot of hard work had been done to generate fresh income.
By Marcus Dysch, January 28, 2010
A strictly Orthodox community which hopes to turn a former pub into a centre for social and religious activities is aiming to raise £3.5million to complete the project.
Work is yet to begin on the conversion of The Swan more than a year after the building was bought by Stamford Hill’s Bobov community and four months after planning permission was granted by Hackney Council.
By Jessica Elgot, January 8, 2010
A man has pleaded guilty to stealing a laptop and causing several hundred pounds worth of damage to a kosher bakery in Stamford Hill.
Mehmet Kama, 29, of Bridlington Road, Enfield pleaded guilty at Thames Magistrates Court to burglary, following a break-in at Grodzinski kosher bakery.
DCI Gary Bruce of Hackney Police said: "This individual was quickly identified and apprehended following extensive police enquiries, with help from the Jewish community.
By Robyn Rosen, January 7, 2010
The strictly Orthodox community is suffering from a serious shortage of foster carers.
Now that Norwood has ended its foster service and another charity is threatening to stop its respite provision, the future looks bleak for children in need.
One in five disabled children in Hackney are from the strictly Orthodox community and there is a constant demand for respite care, where the child is cared for temporarily to help out the parents.