Photographer climbs Kilimanjaro to raise funds for synagogue
Photographer Jeremy Freedman has climbed Kilimanjaro to help raise money for a synagogue restoration project in London's East End.
Jeremy, who is the founder of Friends of Sandy's Row Synagogue in Spitalfields has just returned from his epic journey and it sounds like it was a real challenge for the photographer.
Describing it as the hardest thing he has ever done, it took Jeremy 8 days to reach the top of Africa's tallest peak where he celebrated with a tot of Whisky.
The journey was in aid of the London synagogue, as it was recently discovered they had to replace their roof after it was revealed it was damaged 70 years ago during the Blitz.
The fundraising project aims to raise £1 million to help turn the building into a cultural and heritage centre as well as a place of worship.
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