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Hoop Lane Cemetery

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Hoop Lane Cemetery, also known as Golders Green Jewish Cemetery, in the London Borough of Barnet, received its first burial in 1897.  Part of the site is used by the West London Synagogue and part is used by the Spanish and Portuguese Congregation.

The latter part is covered by horizontal gravestones, and is devoid of vegetation; no flowers are place on the graves, although some have small stones and pebbles placed on them.

However, near the entrance a number of  memorial rose bushes have been planted.

Photographs taken March 2023.

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