Events taking place in Greater Manchester & NW

Check out what other NW Organisations are planning over the next few months.

 

 

November/December Highlights

 

24 November – The Fed’s Caring Sunday Telethon

27 November – The Fed Business Breakfast

29 November – Shaarei Shalom 40th Anniversary Celebration Weekend

30 November – Chai Lights Committee Motown Disco

1 December – The JRC monthly Council meeting (Guest speaker: High Sheriff of Greater Manchester, Mark Adlestone OBE DL FGA)

1 December – UJIA Family Cinema Screening

3 December – Manchester Jewish Community Awards 2019

4 December – AISH Fundraising Dinner

5 December – Maccabi Football Legends Supper

10 December – Hershel Weiss Pre Chanukah Fair

 

Scroll down to view posters about the following events

  • Communal General Election Hustings
  • Cheadle General Election Hustings
  • Life Behind Bars
  • UK Jewish Film Festival
  • Songs in the Key of Peace
  • Anne Frank: A History for Today Exhibition
  • Loose Wo(men) Evening
  • The Centre for Jewish Studies
  • Klezmorim of Manchester
  • The Sam Herwald JNF Wednesday Club

For further information about these and other forthcoming Manchester community events, please go to

 http://jewishmanchester.org/communal-diary

 

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Next June World Jewish Relief will be cycling from Lviv in Ukraine to Krakow in Poland and we would love your members to join us. This bespoke 400km bike ride will explore the remarkable Jewish history of Lviv and visit World Jewish Relief projects in the city – before taking riders through former shtetls and places of Jewish significance in Poland. The ride ends in Krakow at the Jewish Community Centre where there will be an opportunity to join Ride for the Living – a one-day bike ride from Auschwitz to Krakow. It will be a unique opportunity, exploring Jewish history in this region while cycling through under-explored national parks and tackling some good climbs. Please do share this information with your members (see image below). Please also forward it to your Rabbi or any congregants that may be cycling enthusiasts. If you would like any further information or would prefer to have a printed copy to put up, please let me know. You can download our full brochure with information on the route, prices and fundraising targets and make bookings at www.worldjewishrelief.org