‘Our’ Memorial Scroll


We are very fortunate to be custodians of a Czech Scroll. This is a scroll that was rescued from Czechoslovakia, brought to London in 1964 and restored by the Memorial Scrolls Trust.

For more information on how the scrolls were rescued, and their history, please visit the Memorial Scrolls Trust website.

In October 2015 we hosted the travelling exhibition about the scrolls, and more information about our own Klatovy scroll can be found on the following pages:

Czech Scrolls

Journey of the Czech Scrolls

“Our” Klatovy Scroll

How the Scrolls were saved

The Czech Scrolls Legacy

There is also the Czech Scrolls Museum at Kent House with its unique collection of nearly 200 Sifrei Torah and over 400 binders.

Our Scroll is number MST#1290.

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