Scots are up for klezmer
ter.” She had resumed her hobbies, loved the social aspect of JBD life and enjoyed the regular visits of her children and great-grandchildren.
“It’s wonderful to see how she now oozes confidence and character once again. She really has got her zest for life back.”
JBD has 110 young patrons in their 20s and 30s. Many more signed up during the reception.
To date, they have raised more than £320,000 and will be supporting JBD’s new development of 19 mobility apartments in Bushey Heath, on which building work has started.
THE SCOTTISH Council of Jewish Communities (SCoJeC) hosted a series of sell-out klezmer nights across Scotland. As well as the main centres, the tour included Lamlash, on the Isle of Arran, where more then 30 people enjoyed a concert in a sea front house.