From a dream life to a lifelong dream

The new life in Israel is full of hope and promise.

April 5, 2018 16:27
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‘I absolutely adore it here and so do my children,” says Charles Golding, who made aliya a year ago from London. He and his wife Michal (formerly Madeleine) live in a sprawling modern house in Netanya with three of their children. The older son, Sammy, is married and stayed in England.

It’s here that Golding conducts his media advisory service, continuing the business he built up more than 30 years ago in England.


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