Move for Norwood disability charity

10:23 21 December 2012

A learning disability charity has moved to a synagogue in Newbury Park to make way for a primary school.

Norwood has relocated to the South West Essex and Settlement Reform Synagogue, in Oaks Lane. The charity was previously based at King Solomon High School in Forest Road, Barkingside, which will be expanded for Ilford Jewish Primary.


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