Jewish orphanage honoured with plaque

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Jewish orphanage honoured with plaque

A Jewish orphanage that first opened 150 years ago has been honoured with a commemorative plaque.

More than 200 children lived in the original Victorian building in West Norwood.

Those who lived at the site - which is now home to a leisure centre - came together for the ceremony.

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