Journey to Poland
Date: Sunday 3rd November to Tuesday 5th November 2019
Cost: Early Bird (First 30 Applicants) £395
Cost: (Once 30 places filled) £440
To Book: - SOLD OUT
Led by Rabbi Pinchas Hackenbroch and world renowned educator, Tzvi Sperber of JRoots, we will be focussing on 1,000 years of Jewish life in Poland and the tragedy of the Holocaust.
Join us for a life affirming journey through Poland. Starting in Warsaw, we will journey through Lublin, Majdanek, Lishensk, Krakow and Auschwitz/Birkenau.
£395* (£65 single supplement) + Flights for the first 30 sign ups, £440 thereafter.
*Price includes hotel accommodation, transfers in and around Poland, meals, entrance fees and guide.
Flights should be an average of £130
To reserve a place please complete this form and pay the £100 deposit.
Once there is a confirmed viable group we will send out the flight information to be booked. (If we cancel the trip, the deposit will be refunded, otherwise it is non refundable.)
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