The building work on our new Ohel started on 4th July 2014 and is now well under way.It is scheduled to be finished in late spring 2015.
The Jewish Joint Burial Society has acquired a freehold parcel of land for the purposes of woodland and other burials. This is the first time woodland burials have been possible in a Jewish cemetery in the UK and it is believed to be the first faith woodland cemetery in the country.
Read more: First Jewish Woodland Burial Site in UK
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