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Brentwood: Remembering the Holocaust

16:50 17 January 2013

Brentwood Town Hall

Brentwood Town Hall

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An exhibition will mark International Holocaust Memorial Day.

Shenfield and Brentwood Synagogue will be joining forces with the Christian Friends of Israel Essex for an exhibition created by Tristan McDonald. It will include a visual display of the Holocaust with artefacts.

Work by Eugen Spiro, a Jewish artist who fled persecution in Germany, will also be on show.

There will be a philatelic display on the Holocaust by Keith Newbitt and a selection of films.

It will be at the town hall in Ingrave Road on Friday next week from 10am to 4.30pm, and Saturday, January 26 from 10am to 1pm. Admission is free but donations are welcome.

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