MoneyTree Associates

Category: Debt management
Manchester0161 798 8388

I & M Catering

Category: Catering, banqueting
Unit 12-16 Cambridge Industrial Estate Choir Street Salford , Manchester, M7 12D, 0161 832 2167

Tovah Meats

Category: Kosher Butchers
53-59 Collingham Street, Manchester, M8 8RQ, 0161 832 6354

KM Meats/Kings Kosher

Category: Kosher Butchers
Kurpas House, Greenside Way, Manchester, M24 1SY, 0161 643 3999

Haydn's Kosher Meats

Category: Kosher Butchers
142 Park Lane, Whitefield, Manchester, M45 7PX, 0161 766 5091

Brackmans Bakery & Coffee House

Category: Kosher Bakeries
43- 45 Leicester Road, Manchester, M7 4AS, 0161 792 1652

Chapman & Co

Category: Accountancy
9 Ferndene Road, Whitefield, Manchester, M45 6RB, 0161 798 9838

Harris keeps Haroldeans clear at the top

November 26, 2009

Two goals from Paul Harris kept Haroldeans three points clear at the top of the Manchester Jewish Soccer League after they beat Oakhill Lions 3-1. Sam Roberts scored the other.

Oli Grant, Dan Pletan and Phil Braham struck as Leeds J-New Uni beat Republic of Mancunia 3-1.

Manchester Maccabi 3rd inflicted more misery on struggling Crumpsall with Jacob Richler-Kleiman and Daniel Klapish on target in a 2-0 win.


Chief Rabbi's plea for pride in Judaism

By Jonathan Kalmus, November 26, 2009

Lack of pride in Judaism and its achievements had increased assimilation and reduced the community’s ability to defend Israel, Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks told 100 Manchester leaders on Sunday.

Before an audience including Foreign Office Minister Ivan Lewis at the local representative council, Lord Sacks declared: “If we are not strong in ourselves, how can we fight the massive challenges that face us? Non-Jews respect Jews who respect Judaism.”


Who will win top UJS job? Time to decide

By Marcus Dysch, November 26, 2009

The hotly-contested race to become the new Union of Jewish Students’ chair will be decided in Leeds on Thursday night.

Efforts to succeed Adam Pike in the top job in Jewish student politics have seen the three candidates tour campuses across Britain in the search for votes. After one of the most challenging years for UJS, with rising antisemitism and widespread anti-Israel action on campuses, the winner is guaranteed a full in-tray when they take up the role in July 2010.