Nightingale – London’s premier care home for older Jewish people is located in Clapham, South-West London (Northern Line).
Originally known as The Home for Aged Jews, Nightingale has a 170 year history, originating in the East End of London.
In 1908, the Home moved into its current site in Clapham, South London, following a gift of the building and grounds by Lord Wandsworth, the Viscount de Stern.
In 2008, Nightingale celebrated the centenary of its current site, which has been greatly improved over the years and currently has an extensive development programme underway.
A pre-Shabbat lunch during the Olympic period
Cost £17.00 per head
3rd and 10th August 2012 12:30pm to 2:30pm
Contact Cathy Buckingham for details
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