TRIBE is going to Poland with Year 12

Tribe is going to Poland

Tribe Poland

Tuesday 27th October (early) – Sunday 1st November 2015

Join us on a journey of discovery and exploration where we will question our history as a people and see how we finally achieved independence in our Jewish homeland out of the ashes of the Holocaust

The full cost of the trip per participant is £899*. In order to make this trip as accessible as possible, we are able to offer a lower price of £749 for participants whose parents are United Synagogue members. If however, you are a United Synagogue member and you would like to pay the full amount of £899 please do so as this will enable us to allow more Tribe members to gain from this fantastic experience.

*price includes flights, insurance, food, accommodation, entrance fees, tour guides and transport in and around Poland.

A non refundable deposit of £200 is required when booking. The remainder will be invoiced by West End Travel/Mozes Travel.

If you wish to pay in instalments please call Nomi on 020 8343 5696 to arrange this.

Bursaries are available – please contact chesed@theus.org.uk

 

For more information see the Tribe Website or for help with booking please contact Nomi Goldberg
t: 020 8343 5696 e: nomigoldberg@tribeuk.com

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