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Shabbat times from November 10 to November 17

Shabbat times for the week ahead

    Friday, November 10 (Marcheshvan 21), Shabbat begins in London at 4.04; Bournemouth 4.08; Leeds 3.58; Manchester 4.04; Tyneside  3.55; Glasgow 4.03; Jerusalem 4.07 (local time).

    Saturday, November 11 (Marcheshvan 22). Portion of the Law (Torah): Chayei Sarah, Genesis 23:1 to 25:18. Portion of the Prophets (Haftarah): I Kings 1:1-31.

    Shabbat ends in London at 5.07; Bournemouth 5.20; Leeds 5.07; Manchester 5.11; Tyneside 5.04; Glasgow 5.14; Jerusalem 5.19.

    Friday, November 17 (Marcheshvan 28), Shabbat begins in London at 3.54; Bournemouth 3.59; Leeds 3.47; Manchester 3.53; Tyneside   3.45; Glasgow 3.51; Jerusalem 4.03.     

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