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Chief to launch £50m JW3 community centre

    The new Jewish community centre for London JW3 (Photo: Hufton +Crow)
    The new Jewish community centre for London JW3 (Photo: Hufton +Crow)

    New Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis will attend the opening of JW3, London's £50 million Jewish community centre, on October 1.

    He will give a speech and attach the centre's mezuzah, which has been designed by world-renowned artist Sir Anish Kapoor.

    The new centre aims to appeal to all sections of the community, and to reach out to secular Jews and non-Jews. Its launch programme includes an evening with the actor Kevin Spacey and a season of Jewish films.

    Sir Anish will attend the launch along with Dame Vivien Duffield, whose Duffield Foundation has helped raise funds for the venue.

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