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Food holds great significance in Jewish culture, it brings together families, friends and strangers to connect and share over a meal. Jewish cuisine offers a link to tradition and Jewish recipes are constantly changing and adapting. Indeed, as the Jewish diaspora has spread throughout the world, the food produced has often reflected the culture it’s… Continue reading Summer Bake Off – Manchester Jewish Museum
Home to nearly ten million people, London is the largest city in the United Kingdom (UK). Not only this but it’s recorded that over 21 million people visited the capital city from overseas in 2019. Getting about a city as populated as this and that spans over 1,572 miles (that’s bigger than New York City… Continue reading Minding the Gap – London Transport Museum
Although many of us end formal education in our late teens or early twenties, it’s safe to say we all continue to learn as we go through our lives. Museums and galleries are some of the best positioned organisations in society to encourage and facilitate this lifelong learning; by utilizing the myriad of objects and… Continue reading History, Health and Happiness – Heritage Doncaster
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