This Trail has been kindly provided by Leo Baeck College and the Reform Synagogues of Great Britain, and is a tour of the Hoop Lane Reform Cemetery in their new booklet, "A History in our Time - Rabbis and Teachers Buried at Hoop Lane Cemetery".
This cemetery is important for the British Reform community in particular, as many of the founders of the movement in this country, who were often refugees from Germany, are interred in the cemetery and includes many well-known and loved figures. Additionally a number of other famous Jewish personalities and celebrities are interred in the cemetery as well. The cemetery is located off the Finchley Road and Hoop Lane north of Golder's Green station.
There is also another trail of the cemetery that covers non-religious leaders and personalities of the Jewish community for sale at £5.00 per copy via the Hoop Lane Cemetery Office,'Hoop Lane Jewish Cemetery: A Guide and Historic Trail'Read More