It’s not Lag B’Omer without a BBQ! Come along!

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Are you salivating yet?!

Come along to our Annual Lag B’Omer barbecue on Sunday 28th April from 12:30 pm to feast on our huge selection of meats, chicken, salads and more, served with beer or wine along with plenty of soft drinks. Lag B’Omer is always a great chance to mingle and meet new people in a relaxed atmosphere and this year we extend our invitation to our youngest friends too, by holding the event at lunchtime.

Details and prices for the event are shown here.

Last year’s barbecue was a great success and was written about in the Shul magazine:

“Come rain or shine!

Despite the atrocious May weather we held our largest ever Lag Ba’omer barbecue and it was a great success!  The rain miraculously eased off for the duration of the party which allowed full use of the courtyard and classrooms.

With 70 people all eager to be fed and watered, Roger and Yoav had their work cut out for them at the grill and with plenty of food on offer; there was no lull in the cooking!  With beef, lamb and chicken shishliks, burgers, sausages, chicken wings, salads, corn and potatoes on offer, few people could manage the brownies and watermelon for dessert, especially having been treated to a slice of Ruth’s (big) birthday cake.

With another successful BBQ under our belts, we already look forward to next year, when we may well have to recruit some more helpers!! This year, thanks go to the usual barbecue suspects: Sara, Roger, Raquel and Yoav.”

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