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Over 150 people attend ceremony held in Pinner

A ceremony was held in Pinner to mark the fifth night of the Jewish festival of Chanukah.

Rabbis, councillors, and members of the Jewish Community gathered on the corner of Bridge street and Love Lane in Pinner to light a ceremonial menorah – a traditional eight branch candelabrum which is the symbol of Judaism.

Mayor of Harrow, Cllr Janet Mote opened the ceremony and spoke regarding the contemporary significance of the festival, followed by Deputy Leader of Harrow Council, Cllr Marilyn Ashton who spoke about how wonderful it was to see the Jewish community out in force to celebrate their heritage.

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The ceremony was opened by the Mayor of Harrow, Janet Mote.

The event was arranged by Rabbi Shaya and Leah Green, representatives of the worldwide Chabad Lubavitch movement in Pinner. The event was attended by a strong 150-plus crowd, despite the weather!

During the ceremony, the traditional food associated with Chanukah, doughnuts, and other goodies were distributed to participants.