Join us on Sunday 24 November for the return of Limmud to Scotland and for the first time in Scotland’s Capital City! Experience a stimulating and inspiring day-long cultural event in Limmud’s unique style, offering a variety of sessions at any one time. There will be something for everyone, covering history, text study, discussions, Israel, community and culture and plenty of family-friendly activities. The venue is wheelchair accessible – please check with us for other forms of accessibility.
SCoJeC (the Scottish Council of Jewish Communities) have generously offered to arrange transport from the Glasgow area for a small charge, and will refund half the public transport costs for people travelling to the event from other parts of Scotland.
Many thanks to our current funders Fanny & Moray Glasser Charitable Trust, Goldberg Family Trust, Harold Hyam Wingate Foundation, Netherlee and Clarkston Charitable Trust, Queen’s Park Charitable Trust and the Ralph Slater Foundation. We would welcome donations from other organisations or individuals.
In partnership with Edinburgh Jewish Cultural Centre.