Stamford Hill

Royal Meats

Category: Kosher Butchers
166 Stanford Hill, Stamford Hill, N16 6QX, 020 8800 2506

Super Glatt

Category: Kosher Butchers
95 Dunsmure Road, Stoke Newington, Stamford Hill, N16 5HT, 020 7503 0303

Berrys Limited

Category: Kosher Delis, supermarkets
1a Holmwood Court, Stamford Hill, N16 5RY, 020 8211 7077

Berger & Twerski Limited

Category: Kosher Delis, supermarkets
11 Amhurst Parade, Stamford Hill, N16 5AA, 020 8800 4691

Charedi father told to demolish family home

By Marcus Dysch, February 25, 2010

A Charedi father must demolish his family home after losing a planning dispute with a council.

Jacob Dreyfuss, president of Stamford Hill's Stolin-Karlin synagogue, rebuilt his two-storey home without planning permission, to add a cellar and a loft extension.

Hackney Council issued an enforcement notice and he appealed against it without success.

The government's Planning Inspectorate has now given him a year to "remove the unauthorised house".


Rabbi regrets praise for child abuser

By Simon Rocker, February 25, 2010

A senior member of London's strictly Orthodox rabbinate says he was unaware that an American rabbi he publicly praised was a convicted child abuser.

Rabbi Ze'ev Feldman, of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations, wrote a letter endorsing a fundraising event in Stamford Hill this week to help pay for the weddings of four children of Rabbi Yisroel Moshe Weingarten.

Rabbi Weingarten, a member of the Satmar sect, was last year jailed for 30 years by a New York court for abusing one of his daughters.


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

Stamford Hill pub becomes yeshivah

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.