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  • Harrow Heroes

    The League of Jewish Women’s Harrow Way Ahead team have been awarded the Harrow Heroes 2017 Community Team Award. The announcement and presentation was made at a special dinner attended by over 200 people and four League members Andrea Fisher, Tessa Drew, Rosalind Tobe and Carol Blindt were invited on stage to receive their award and make an acceptance Click for more information

  • The Times Obituary for Sally Fiber, LJW member, author and historian

    The Executive Committee, staff and members of the League of Jewish Women were saddened by the loss of our member Sally Fiber on 14th August 2017. Please read this obituary, published in The Times on 26th August 2017: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/sally-fiber-obituary-jsvgf8kqm#main-container

  • The LJW honours victims of the bombing of upper north street school

    LJW President Yvonne Josse and Immediate Past President Yvonne Brent both attended a Memorial Service at All Saints Church in Poplar on 15th June 2017 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the bombing of Upper Street School on 13th June 2017. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were in attendance and joined relatives of the Click for more information

  • The LJW Supports Campaign to honour Jewish victims of German bombing 100-years ago

    Jewish community organisations are backing a campaign by a Jewish historian for headstones to honour members of a Jewish family buried at Plashet Cemetery who were killed by a German bomb 100 years ago this week. Members of United Synagogue Women and the League of Jewish Women are standing behind a call by Peterborough-based historian Click for more information