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As Shabbat afternoons start to get longer (and we’re all stuck at home for longer!) – if you choose to go for a walk, please ensure you know where the Eruv boundaries are. In particular, please note that:
- Edgwarebury Park and Stoneyfields Park are entirely outside all the local Eruvin;
- Stonegrove Park is in the Edgware Eruv, but if you exit it onto Edgware Road you will be in the Stanmore Eruv;
- Edgwarebury Lane, north of Hartland Drive, is entirely outside all the local Eruvin.
It is possible to carry from the Edgware Eruv into either of the adjoining Eruvin (Stanmore and Mill Hill), provided you have checked before Shabbat that they are up and know where the “crossing points” are. For full details, please see www.edgwareeruv.org.
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Rabbi Zvi Lieberman's shiur given on
the 17th Oct 2006 is available here.
The Edgware Eruv was initiated and
constructed by the Edgware Adath Yisroel
Congregation to provide an Eruv for the
Edgware Jewish community.
The Eruv is inspected weekly. Its status
for a particular week can be checked above.
Our Eruv has been constructed according to the highest standards specified by Halachah governing this complex subject, under the supervision of Rabbi Zvi Lieberman of the Edgware Adath Yisroel Congregation and with the support and approval of Dayan Chanoch Ehrentreu of the London Beth Din.
To truly help unify our community great effort has been made to fulfil even minority opinions among Halachic experts in the Eruv's construction. It is therefore important for those who use the Eruv and for those who choose not to avail themselves of the Eruv, to respect each other's opinions.
More details about rabbinic support for the eruv can be found here.
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