LIVERPOOL ECHO, 4 JUNE 2008
One of Liverpool’s Jewish cemeteries will hold an open day this month.
The Deane Road cemetery in Kensington will throw open its gates on June 18.
The cemetery, which opened in 1837 and closed in 1904, had fallen into disrepair before recent continuing refurbishment.
It is the final resting place of some of Liverpool’s best-known entrepreneurs, including David Lewis, pioneer of Lewis’s, and Moses Samuel, founder of H Samuel.