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Annual Jewish Heritage Sites At Risk List Published

February 2013: The North of England dominates Jewish Heritage's Sites At Risk List published this week.

English Heritage Blue Plaque Scheme saved by the National Trust

January 2013: Narrow escape from budget cuts

Jewish, Christian And Islamic Historic Places Of Worship Reps Meet At London Synagogue

September 2012: The Grade I Listed New West End Synagogue was the splendid setting for this year's Annual Members' Day of the Historic Religious Buildings Alliance (HRBA, formerly Places of Worship@Heritage Link).

Shool Pool

August 2012: The former synagogue at England's only Jewish public school, Carmel College in Berkshire, may become a swimming pool, Jacuzzi and cafe, according to plans submitted to South Oxfordshire District Council.


September 2011: Princes Road Synagogue Open Day

Major British synagogues book launched

June 2011: The Synagogues of Britain and Ireland

English Heritage funds support for historic synagogues at risk

July 2010: Survey Reveals One Third of Listed Synagogues are Cause for Concern

First-Ever Maintenance Course For Carers Of Historic Synagogues

October 2009: Participants from all over the country took part in the first-ever free practical course for volunteers from the Jewish community who care for historic synagogues.

MPs Visit New West End Synagogue

July 2009: A group of parliamentarians visited the New West End Synagogue (London) on 14th July.

Sandys Row Tops The List

May 2009: Sandys Row Synagogue in the East End of London has received the largest single grant yet awarded to a Grade II Listed synagogue - £254,000 under the English Heritage and Heritage Lottery Fund joint Listed Places of Worship Repair Grant Scheme.