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The Mikvah

The Pearls Mikvah has been newly-refurbished to a high 5 star standard. The refurbishment was funded by the Leeds Jewish Community ranging from contributions from all three Orthodox Shuls, a communal 'sponsor-a-tile' campaign, coffe-morning, car-boot sale and other fund-raising initiatives.

If you've not been to see it yet, what are you waiting for?

New to Mikvah?

If you are new to using the Mikvah, or restarting after a break, you may have some questions, you may even want a refresher lesson. Below are some FAQ or alternatively, please feel free to call any of the following numbers and you will find someone who is happy to help you.

Elise Kleiman - 07726 335 635

Rikki Kupperman - 07909 114 215

Michelle Morris - 07912 624 523

Dabrushy Pink - 07970 190 210


Using the Mikvah on Shabbat or Yom Tov.

All preparations are done at home, before the start of Shabbat or Yom Tov and one simply visits the Mikvah to perform the actual dip on the correct evening.

Can I choose my Attendant?

If you would prefer to use the Mikvah with a particular attendant or your teacher, feel free to contact her and she will do her best to accommodate you.

How can I find out what checks I need to do before going to the Mikvah?

You can click on this link or call your teacher who will be happy to go through the details with you on the phone or face-to-face.

What do I need to bring when I visit the Mikvah?

That's up to you. You will be supplied with towels and there are basic supplies in each bathroom. If you are doing your preparations at the Mikvah, you may want to bring your own toiletries, a list of which can be found here. If you have done your preparations at home, you will need to shower and comb your hair, so you should bring the supplies needed for that.

Asking a Shaila - A Halachic question

The Rabbi who answers questions on Mikvah in Leeds is Dayan Kupperman - 07875 423946. If you would prefer, you can always be in touch with one of the women listed above who will assist with contacting Dayan Kupperman and asking your question.

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