Edgware Women’s Lodge is an active and vibrant Lodge. It is run by our President, Naomi Lesser, and a supportive Council. Our Lodge recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. We meet fortnightly in the daytime, with meetings held at Jewish Care’s Gordon Court.
We welcome visitors to our meetings, who often join our friendly Lodge.
Excellent speakers’ talks in our forthcoming programme include something for all interests, ranging from “Jewish Refugees of the Middle East and North Africa”, to “Glenn Miller, the man and His Music”. A main attraction of our meetings is the delicious lunch of home-made sandwiches and cakes, provided at a very moderate cost.
Edgware Women’s Lodge raises funds for UK and Israeli causes, including BBUK core charities, the Jews of the Ukraine, and the Israeli town of Qiryat Gat.
In addition we maintain personal contact with “our” Israeli family, who were victims of a terrorist attack, and we send Chanucah gifts to their four children.
Social functions include a Members’ Summer Lunch; we also host a Succoth Tea for the elderly residents of Gordon Court.
Tuesday, 20th December – Stuart Nagler will talk to us about “Policing, Crime and Justice”
Tuesday, 10th January – Stan Hill will talk to us about “Out of Africa”
Tuesday, 24th January – Michael Bennett will tell us about the photographer Boris Bennett – Part 2 “The Rest of Boris’s Story”
Tuesday, 7th February – Ilya Meyer’s talk is entitled “Sweden-Israel relations, where fiction meets reality”
Tuesday, 21st February – ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING followed by Alan Miller, National President of B’nai B’rith UK, who will talk to us about “I Did It My Way”
Tuesday, 7th March – Delia Martland will talk to us about “Women Who Have Murdered”
Tuesday, 21st March – Installation by Eve Swabe, Monitor of B’nai B’rith UK, followed by Graham Jenkins of The Door To Door Theatre Club, who will tell us about “Making It Happen – My Life Story With Music”
Tuesday, 4th April – Geoff Bowden will be “Reviewing the Situation”
Tuesday, 25th April – Colin Oakes will tell us about “London at War: 1914 -18 and 1939 – 45”.