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A. Cohen at Singers' Hill

This picture was taken during the Feast of Tabernacles in September 1915 at Singers Hill Synagogue. This is the Reverend A. Cohen entering the Succoth. The image is from Picture World newspaper.

Craven Arms

Taken on a rainy day in Summer 2004. The flags are flying as England at that time were still playing in the European Football Championships. The Craven Arms was proposed for local or statutory listed ...

Craven Arms, Gough Street

Detail of the beautiful decoration on the facade of the Craven Arms Public House in Gough Street.

Feast of Tabernacles at Singers Hill Synagogue 1915

This picture, from Picture World newspaper, shows the congregation gathered around the Succoth.

Feast of Tabernacles at Singers Hill Synagogue in 1915

The minister and helpers. The Reverend J. Finck in the centre with, to his right, the Reverend B. Alperowitz and, to his left, the Reverend and Mrs A. Cohen. Services were conducted each day during the ...

Singers Hill Synagogue, Lee Bank

Interior of the Singers Hill Synagogue, Blucher Street, Lee Bank. The Synagogue was built in 1856 to the Italianate designs of H. R. Yeoville Thomason. In 1937 the building was modernised and the seating ...

The Jewish Community

This gallery showcases some of the images connected with the Jewish community which are featured on this website. The community today is far smaller than in the past but it does still remain active. This ...

Time Gentlemen Please!

Empty pint glass and cigarette packet left on a ledge outside the Craven Arms in Blucher/ Gough Street. The outside of this pub is a stunning example of Victorian tiling.