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Over 2000 Fill Streets of Hendon for Annual Sukkot Party

Friday, 9 October, 2009 - 5:38 am

Over 2,000 people filled the usually quiet streets of North West London this week for Chabad of Hendon’s annual Simchat Beit HaShoeva Sukkot party.

The event, which has been running annually for past five years, included live music from renowned Jewish entertainers Eli Tamir and Sruly Ginzburg as well as a fireworks display, hot food, jugglers and a video display.

“We coordinated  with the local police, the streets were closed off enabling people to celebrate in public as opposed to in an enclosed area,” says Rabbi Dovid Katz, assistant director of Chabad of Hendon.

“The atmosphere was electric!” says David Abramson, a local Hendon resident.

“Seeing everyone dancing in the street from all walks for community gave me a feeling of true Jewish unity.”

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