Please click on the link to see when we are open over the holiday period.
Shana Tova to all our friends
LJWB are holding a One Day Sale on Sunday 10th September with new garden & home products kindly donated by Homebase.
All 20% off retail price. Cash only. All proceeds to LJWB.
Sunday from 10am until stock lasts… @MAZCC.
Don’t miss out. Grab a bargain…
See link for an idea of some of the items on sale (+ many more!)
Contact Meirav for further details: email@example.com
Our ‘High Holy Day Cafe’ will be open over the Jewish holidays on:
Thursday 21st September 8am-2pm
Friday 22nd September 8am-2pm
All welcome to pop in for a catch up with friends.
Hot drinks and refreshments will be available (self-service)
Please see link below for opening times for the MAZCC over the holiday period
LJWB are hosting a talk about Bowel Cancer Awareness with Deborah Judah on Wed 25th October. Community member Deborah is also an ambassador for Bowel Cancer UK.
Please find flyer for further details:
Please register for the talk via Eventbrite:
In addition to the talk @ the MAZCC, Debra will take part in a sky dive to raise awareness and funds for Bowel Cancer UK
For more detailed information please see the following press release:
Leeds Jewish Welfare Board & The Henry Cohen campus present:
The New Community Allotment
Are you a keen gardener? Do you want to play your part in a state of the art allotment?
Join us for group sessions led by Cath Taylor
Every Tuesday 10am-12pm
Meeting 10am at The Henry Cohen Campus, Wentworth Avenue, Leeds LS17 7TN (ask for Cath)
Free admission but booking essential
For more information or to book please contact Hagit on 0113 218 5846 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
110 diners were fed a stunning 3 course meal prepared by 9 community chefs – Robert Fearnley, Jason Broch, Ben Baker, Simon Barnett, Matthew Wootliff, Lisa Lee, Noa Levine, Gabby Rosenberg and Sofie Hirschtein, under the watchful eye of Chef Papi from The Palomar restaurant.
The chefs were split into 3 teams each preparing one of the courses, and competition was fierce. The first course consisted of a stunning Sea bass cerviche’ followed by mouth-watering chicken thigh soffrito , finishing with a unique desert of poached peach and zucchini in coconut custard.
The chefs worked incredibly hard and coped well under the pressure ensuring a fabulous vibe on the night. A huge thank you to all the chef, diners and the committee – Carly Poppelwell, Nicola Baum, Michelle Manning, Rachael Harvey and all their husbands who not only organised the event and waited on tables but had to wash up as well when the dishwasher broke down.
A fabulous £4000 was raised – all proceeds will support people with learning disabilities in our community.