Leeds Jewish Housing Association officially opened our new Cherry Tree House and Hillside apartments blocks on Friday 15th July.

The Chief Executive of the National Housing Federation, Kate Henderson, and the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Cllr Robert Gettings MBE JP, unveiled the two plaques, which will be affixed to the respective buildings.

The event was attended by a range of local community members, councillors, and most importantly residents. Residents included the first group who moved into Cherry Tree House and Hillside, together with other residents who had been selected from a ballot.

A selection of photos can be found below. These are courtesy of Simon Marcus from Addictive Media.

Plaque showing Cherry Tree House opened by Lord Mayor and Kate Henderson, Chief Executive of National Housing Federation
Kate Henderson, National Housing Federation with Lord Mayor, Lady Mayoress, Mark Grandfield & Jayne Wynick.
Rabbonim, Cllr Cohen, Sara Saunders, Edward Ziff, Jayne Wynick, Jeremy Bloom
Robert Manning, Stephen Lewis, Jayne Wynick, Arnold Zermansky
Fabian Hamilton MP, local councillors, Mark Grandfield
Craig Simons, Kate Henderson, Lord Mayor & Lady Mayoress, LJHA residents, Simon Phillips
Liz Miller, Seltzer family with tree in Alec Seltzer's memory
Kate Henderson, Ann Leaman, Betty Jackson, Lord Mayor & Lady Mayoress, Anna Myers, Golda Marks.