Holocaust survivors to speak at Yom Hashoah memorial event next week
Holocaust survivors will talk at a memorial event to remember the six million Jewish people killed during the war.
Zdenka Fantlová, who grew up in Prague and survived Aushwitz, will be among the speakers at Pinner Synagogue, in Cecil Park, on Sunday.
She will be joined by Victor Greenberg, who was one of the only members of his immediate family to survive the Holocaust.
The Yom Hashoah event will be marked by lighting six candles, to represent the six million Jewish people who were murdered during the Holocaust.
Yom Hashoah was set up as a national remembrance day in Israel 22 years ago, to memorialise the tragedies that happened during World War Two.
The remembrance evening will start at 8pm and everyone is encouraged to attend. The evening is free and refreshments will be served at the end of the evening.