Lag B’Omer and Singalong Ukulele performance

The cheder children of Catford & Bromley Synagogue celebrated Lag B’Omer with an outdoor barbeque.
On hand was the local Fire Brigade, who gave the children a tour of their engine and facilities.

The residents and families at the Nightingale Hammerson Residential Home in Clapham were entertained to a Singalong Ukulele performance by members of Catford & Bromley Synagogue and their U3A colleagues.
Songs ranged from ‘Country Roads’ to ‘Hava Nagila’, with residents joining in, tapping their feet, and dancing a little. The concert was enjoyed by over 40 people in the Home’s concert hall.

By Neil Abrahams

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