Jewish Museum London will open to the public again on July 11th , after a 15 month closure. Tickets will be available on the website from July 6th .
Jewish Museum London in Camden Town has received a grant of £49,833.00 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the organisation recover and reopen.
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Jewish Museum London announces new mental health programme for schools linked to Holocaust Education
The Jewish Museum London is pleased to announce that a new programme to support young people with their mental health and wellbeing around grief and loss will be created in the memory of Solly Irving, a Holocaust Survivor who spoke to students at the museum for many years.
In 1940, 11 year old Londoner Sheila Cohen began writing a diary. Soon to be published with daily entries on Twitter, discover a London schoolgirl’s perspective of a conflict that was going to last another five years and engulf many parts of the world.