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After 38 Years, London Yeshiva Changing Address

Thursday, 31 December, 2009 - 2:10 pm

nf_9136_319808.jpgClose to 400 people attended a community-wide event to inaugurate the new building of London's Lubavitch Senior Boys School which moves from Stamford Hill to Golders Green.

The yeshiva, which serves boys between the ages of 14 and 17 was founded 38 years ago. The brand-new £2 million building purchased by a supporter will facilitate the growth of the yeshiva and includes offices, classrooms and a study hall as well as dining and recreational facilities.

nf_0455_344272.jpg"This is an occasion of great importance," remarked Russian Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar, who jointed locals, parents, supporters and communal leaders for the event.

"This expansion and growth of education should be duplicated around the world."

Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, chairman of Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch, was guest of honour at the event, flying in especially from New York, with Rabbi Nachman Sudak, principal and head emissary in the UK, presided over the event.

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