Sim­chah so­lu­tions

The Jewish Chronicle - - JC SPECIAL -

OR THOSE WHO wish to s p a r e t h e i r s i mc h a h guests a trek into town, north west Lon­don of­fers a range of kosher op­tions. Av­enue i n Re­gents Park Road, is in­creas­ingly pop­u­lar and wel­comes ex­ter­nal kosher cater­ers. Av­enue has three main func­tion rooms in­clud­ing the Park ball­room, which has mood light­ing, air con­di­tion­ing and a built-in sound sys­tem. It holds 250 for a din­ner dance. The Madi­son room can be used for pri­vate par­ties or as a con­fer­ence area.

The Kin­loss Syn­a­gogue’s ban­quet­ing suite has been re­fur­bished at a cost of £1.5 mil­lion. Fa­cil­i­ties in­clude off-street park­ing and ca­pac­ity for 430 for din­ner and more than 1,000 for a re­cep­tion. It has three lo­ca­tions for wed­dings, giv­ing the op­tion of an out­door or in­door chu­pah and a clas­sic syn­a­gogue set­ting.

One of the new­est venues in the area is the Pil­lar Ho­tel, just over the “bor­der” be­tween Hen­don and Gold­ers Green. Wed­ding guests have a pri­vate en­trance, leading to a gar­den where the chu­pah can take place. The ho­tel pro­vides its own cater­ing su­per­vised by the Fed­er­a­tion of Syn­a­gogues.

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