Toilets around the word pt30 – A synagogue in Clapton Road

A turkish coffee and a brisk walk mean that your reviewer is desperate to use the facilities of his synagogue as soon as he has arrived for Rosh Hashana prayers.
In Leviticus 15, it is stated that ‘cleanliness is next to godliness‘, this is much in evidence in this house of the lord. The toilet smells of a good quality bleach and there is a choice of different Radox liquid soaps in the bathroom which is a nice touch.
However, this toilet is let down by the fact that someone forgot to switch on the lights. Because Orthodox Jews do not touch light switches on holy days, it is difficult to aim unless one has had a (Kosher) Berocca tablet. It is not hard to imagine this facility becoming less godly with each passing day.
 
As reviewed by Jacob Riddle
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