Purim – Our Mad Hatter’s Tea Party was greatly enjoyed by those present to hear the reading of the Megillah.

Chessboard sandwiches, mini flower pizzas, sausage rolls, pinwheel wraps, bridge rolls, tea pot shortbread, cupcakes, apple strudel and scones were the Faye. All served on themed compostable plates.

No door-mice were harmed at all.

The Queen’s Jubilee was celebrated with a well attended tea party which was greatly enjoyed and appreciated by all. The food was all home cooked by our Rabbi. He produced a feast of home baked sandwiches, quiches, scones and cakes.

Shavuot was celebrated with a sumptuous feast prepared by our Rabbi who again came up trumps with a multitude of different flavoured cheesecakes and ice creams.

With the gradual return to normal, these events allow the community to come together stronger.

Our Walks

Our regular local walks mean we can get out in the fresh air with friends.

This year we have enjoyed crocuses in bloom at Myddelton House and daffodils at Trent Park. Gobian woods was recently visited.