Cathy Forman

Survivor lectures on Shoah in China

By Hannah Pupkewitz, August 5, 2013

A London-based Holocaust survivor is back from her latest trip to China, where she lectures on the Shoah at the Institute for Jewish Studies in Kaifeng.


Chabad's revamp

By Cathy Forman, July 29, 2013

Chabad Lubavitch Centre in Gants Hill is moving to temporary premises while its current Eastern Avenue site is redeveloped.


Moving times in Brum are marked by service

By Cathy Forman, July 29, 2013

More than 150 past and present members of Birmingham Central Synagogue attended a commemorative service to bid farewell to the existing shul before the community moves to its new £1 million premises in early August.


Tabick is bid a warm farewell in Weybridge

By Cathy Forman, July 29, 2013

North West Surrey Synagogue held two days of activities to mark the retirement of Jackie Tabick, Britain’s first woman rabbi.


John Bercow hosts HET ambassadors

By Cathy Forman, July 15, 2013

The Holocaust Educational Trust held a reception for its regional ambassadors — young people who have taken part in the trust’s Lessons from Auschwitz project.

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Dr Elli Cannon: what it means when your doctor says "You have Osteopenia"

By Dr Ellie Cannon, June 20, 2013

Osteopenia is a condition when the bones have lost some of their density. They are not as strong and thick as normal bones, but they are not bad enough to be termed osteoporosis. It is part of a spectrum of bone change and osteopenia is the stage before osteoporosis.


Farewell do's and don'ts

By Ian Marber , June 5, 2013

In this, the last of my columns, I thought it would be opportune to leave you with a few simple pointers that I hope will help you get the best from nutrition.


Cardiff home improvements

By Cathy Forman, May 27, 2013

The first phase of a £4.7 million redevelopment of Penylan House Jewish nursing home in Cardiff has been finished.

Twenty-eight residents — half of them Jewish — have moved from the old building to the new 30-bedroom facility.


Calderwood Lodge celebrates 50 years

By Adam Henderson, May 27, 2013

Glasgow’s Jewish school, Calderwood Lodge, kicked off its 50th anniversary celebrations with a black-tie dinner at Newton Mearns Synagogue on Sunday.

More than 100 guests heard speeches from acting head Maureen Langman, student chaplain Rabbi Moshe Rubin and Walter Sneader, who was involved in the school’s founding in the early 1960s.