The Jewish Telegraph, Britain's only regional Jewish newspaper, with editions for Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds & Glasgow. The voice of British Jewry
Tel: 0151 475 6666
Generic Jewish related websites
- Board of Deputies
- Aish UK
- GIFTUK charity to help others
- World Jewish ReliefWorld Jewish Relief is the leading UK jewish international agency respoinding to the needs of Jewish communities at risk or in crisis, outside the UK and Israel. At times of major international disaster, it leads the UK Jewish community's response to others in need.
- Jewish Small Communities NetworkWeb site for the Jewish small communities on NW England and Wales, but also including any small Jewish communities in the UK.
- Jewish Volunteering Network JVN works across the community and throughout the UK with individuals and organisations promoting volunteering and voluteer opportunities.
Zionist/Israel Affiliated Websites
Jewish Student Life/Education
A documentary video programme that traces the history and personalities of the Liverpool Jewish Community since the 1700s to the present day and with interviews, graphics, photographs and archive film explores the contribution members of the Liverpool Jewish community have made to the culture and prosperity of the city of Liverpool. This film is now on release and can be obtained from the bookshop at Harold House as well as the 08Place Shop, 36 Whitechapel Liverpool. It is an ideal historical and educational resource for religious, interfaith, heritage and genealogy groups.
Website: www.chickensoupand scouse.com
This is the History of Lee Park Golf Club with a 4 minute trailer of the hour long DVD which is available from the club.
In January of 2008, Greenbank Synagogue closed after over 70 years of service to the community. This is a brief history with a link to a 5 minute trailer of the 45 minute DVD.
The first Jewish school in Liverpool was the Hope Place School, established in 1854.
A century later in 1957 the King David High School was built on the Childwall site.
In 2010 a £24 Million development was begun to build a new school campus which will integrate the Kindergarten, Primary School, High School and Harold House Community Centre all in one building.
This is a brief history of Jewish education in Liverpool over the years with a link to a 6 minute trailer of the 1 hour DVD.