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Listings - Listed Synagogues and other Jewish Sites in the United Kingdom

Last Updated 01 January 2021



In use as synagogues

Grade I

Bevis Marks, EC3 (Joseph Avis 1699-1701)

New West End, St Petersburgh Place, W2 (George Audsley in association with N.S. Joseph 1877-79)

Grade II*

Hampstead, Dennington Park Road, NW6 (Delissa Joseph 1892-1901)

Grade II

Sandys Row, E1 (Former chapel 1766. Converted into synagogue 1867. Remodelled by N.S. Joseph 1870)

West London (Reform), Upper Berkeley Street, W1 (Davis & Emanuel 1869-70)

Western & Marble Arch, 32 Great Cumberland Place, W1 (T. P. Bennett & Son 1960-61)

Spanish & Portuguese, Lauderdale Road W9 (Davis & Emanuel 1895-96)

New London, 33 Abbey Road, NW8 (H.H. Collins 1882. Formerly St. John's Wood United Synagogue)

New Synagogue, Egerton Road, N16 (Joseph & Smithem 1915. Interior reconstructed from Great St Helen's, Bishopsgate, by John Davies 1838)

Golders Green, 41, Dunstan Road, London, NW11 (Lewis Solomon & Son [Digby] 1921-22. Enlarged by Messrs. Joseph 1927)


Former synagogues

Grade II*

Princelet Street, E1 (Former synagogue 1870 behind Huguenot house 1719. Hudson 1869-70. Remodelled by Lewis Solomon 1893)

Spitalfields Great Synagogue, 23 Brick Lane/Fournier Street, E1 (Former French church 1743. Converted into synagogue 1897-98. Now London Jamia Mosque)

Grade II

Dollis Hill, Parkside, NW2 (Sir Owen Williams 1936-38. Torah Temimah Primary School)

East London Synagogue, Rectory Square, E1 (Davis & Emanuel 1876-77. Flats)

Hackney Synagogue, Brenthouse Road, E9 (Delissa Joseph 1897. Enlarged by Cecil J. Eprile 1936. Church)



Grade II*

London, Sukkat Shalom Reform Synagogue, 1 Victory Road, Hermon Hill, E11 (Merchant Seaman's Orphan Asylum at Wanstead Hospital, Chapel by George Somers Clarke 1861-63. Synagogue 2000. Contains fixtures and fittings from the synagogue at the former Tottenham Jewish Home & Hospital 1913-15)

Grade II

Elstree Liberal Synagogue, Hertfordshire, WD6 (Church of England schoolhouse 1882-83, synagogue 1979)



Grade II

Former Jews' Infant School, 43A Commercial Street, E1 (Tillot & Chamberlain 1858, extended by Davis & Emanuel 1885. Commercial)

Soup Kitchen for the Jewish Poor, Brune Street E1 (Lewis Solomon 1902. Flats)

Stepney Jewish Schools, Stepney Green, E1 (Davis & Emanuel 1906-07)

Albert Stern House, formerly Spanish & Portuguese Bet Holim ('Lying-in' Hospital and Sephardi Almshouses) 253 Mile End Road, E1 (Manuel Nunes Castello, 1912-13)

No. 88, Whitechapel High Street, E1 (former offices of the Jewish Daily Post, with shop signs by Arthur Szyk, ca. 1935)



Grade II

Mile End Velho (Sephardi), 253, Mile End Road, E1 (1657)

Mile End Nuevo (Sephardi), Queen Mary University of London Campus, Mile End Road, E1 (Old Section 1733) boundary walls and foundation stone. (New Section on P&G Register, see below)

Alderney Road, E1 (Ashkenazi) (1696-97)

Rothschild Mausoleum (Matthew Digby Wyatt 1866), West Ham Jewish Cemetery, Buckingham Road, E15

King Edward VII Jewish Memorial Drinking Fountain, Whitechapel Road, E1 (opposite Royal London Hospital) (W.S. Frith 1911)

Willesden Jewish Cemetery (United), Beaconsfield Road, NW10 (N.S. Joseph 1873) Ohalim, war memorial (Ralph Hobday 1961) and individual tombs (Cemetery on P&G Register, see below)

Golders Green Jewish Cemetery, 1 Hoop Lane, NW11 (Davis & Emanuel 1897) Entrance gateway and Ohalim (Cemetery on P&G Register, see below)

Willesden Liberal Jewish Cemetery, Pound Lane, Harlesden Road, NW10 (1914) War memorial

Grade II on Parks & Gardens Register

Mile End Nuevo (Sephardi), Queen Mary University of London Campus, Mile End Road, E1 (New Section, 1855)

Willesden Jewish Cemetery (United), Beaconsfield Road, NW10 (N.S. Joseph 1873)

Golders Green Jewish Cemetery, 1 Hoop Lane, NW11 (Davis & Emanuel 1897)

English Regions


Grade I

Bury St Edmunds, Moyses Hall, Cornhill, IP33 (ca. 1180)


- Jews' Court, 2-3, Steep Hill, LN2 (ca. 1170)

- Jews' House, 15, The Strait, LN2 (ca. 1170)

- Aaron the Jew's House (the Norman House), 47, Steep Hill, LN2 (ca. 1170)

Norwich, the Music House or Jurnet's House, Wensum Lodge, 167-169, King Street, NR1 (ca. 1175)

Scheduled Ancient Monuments

Bristol, Jacob's Well, 33 Jacob's Well Road, Bristol, BS8 (Possible Mediaeval Mikveh ca. 1140)

York, Clifford's Tower, YO1 (Rebuilt)


In use as synagogues

Grade I

Liverpool, Old Hebrew Congregation, Princes Road, L8 (W. & G. Audsley 1872-74)

Grade II*

Birmingham, Singers Hill, Blucher Street, B1 (Henry R. Yeoville Thomason 1855-56)

Bradford (Reform), Bowland Street, BD1 (T.H. & F. Healey 1880-81)

Brighton, Middle Street, BN1 (Thomas Lainson 1874-75)

Chatham Memorial Synagogue, High Street, Rochester, ME1 (H.H. Collins 1865-70)

Cheltenham, St James's Square, GL50 (W.H. Knight 1837-39)

Exeter, Mary Arches Street, EX4 (1763-64. Refronted 1835)

Plymouth, Catherine Street, PL1 (1762)

Ramsgate, Montefiore Synagogue, Honeysuckle Road, CT11 (David Mocatta 1831-33)

Grade II

Bournemouth Synagogue, Wootton Gardens, BH1 (Lawson & Reynolds 1910-11)

Bristol, Park Row, BS1 (H.H. Collins with S.C. Fripp 1870-71)

Coventry, Barras Lane, CV1 (Thomas Naden 1870)

Grimsby, Sir Moses Montefiore Synagogue, Heneage Road, DN32 (B.S. Jacobs, 1885-88 and Mikveh 1915-16)

Leicester, Highfield Street, LE2 (Arthur Wakerley 1897-98)

- Withington Spanish & Portuguese, 8 Queenston Road, West Didsbury, M20 (Delissa Joseph 1925-27)
- Higher Crumpsall, Bury Old Road, Salford, M7 (Pendleton & Dickinson 1928-29)
- South Manchester, Wilbraham Road, M14 (Joseph Sunlight 1912-13)

Reading, Goldsmid Road, RG1 (W.G. Lewton 1900-1)


Former synagogues

Grade I

Brighton, 26, Brunswick Terrace, Hove, BN3 (Rooftop private synagogue of Philip Salomon ca. 1850s)

Grade II*

Liverpool, Greenbank Drive, L17 (E. Alfred Shennan 1936-37)

Manchester, Spanish & Portuguese, 190 Cheetham Hill Road, M8 (Edward Salomons 1873-74. Manchester Jewish Museum)

Grade II

Birmingham, former Severn Street Synagogue, The Athol Masonic Hall, Severn Street, B1  (Richard Tutin 1825-27)

Blackpool, Leamington Road, FY1 (R.B. Mather 1914-16)

Brighton, 37-39, Devonshire Place, BN2 (Remodelled by David Mocatta 1836-37. Flats)

Canterbury, King Street, CT1 (Hezekiah Marshall 1847-48. King's School Recital Room)

Falmouth, Smithick Hill, TR11 (1808. Studio)

Hull, The Western Synagogue, Linnaeus Street, HU3 (B.S. Jacobs 1902-3)

Leeds, New Synagogue, Louis Street/Chapeltown Road, LS7 (J. Stanley Wright 1929-32. Northern School of Contemporary Dance)

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Leazes Park, NE1 (John Johnstone 1879-80. Flats)

Oxford Carmel College Synagogue, Mongewell Park, Crowmarsh, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 (Thomas Hancock 1961-63)

Penzance, former Penzance Synagogue, Rear of the Star Inn, 119 Market Jew Street, TR18 2LD (architect unknown, 1807). [Note: Since 2015 Penzance Synagogue has been specifically referred to in the List Description for the Star Inn, itself Grade II]

Sheffield, Wilson Road, S11 (Rawcliffe & Ogden 1929-30. Church)

Sunderland, Ryhope Road, SR2 (Marcus K. Glass 1928)



Grade II

Liverpool, No. 29, Pembroke Place, L3; former P. Galkoff Kosher Butcher shop, ca. 1930 [façade moved to Liverpool Museum, 2018]

Oxford Carmel College, Mongewell Park, Crowmarsh, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10

- Julius Gottlieb Gallery & Boathouse (Sir Basil Spence, Bonnington & Collins 1968-70 Grade II*)

- Amphitheatre (Thomas Hancock 1965)



Grade II*

Ramsgate, Montefiore Mausoleum, Honeysuckle Road, CT11 (1862)

Grade II

Bath, Greendown Place and 174 Bradford Road, Combe Hill, BA2 (1812)


- Witton Old Jewish Cemetery, The Ridgeway, College Road, Erdington, B23 - Granville Street Cemetery Memorial (1876)

- Witton New Jewish Cemetery, Warren Road, B44 (Essex & Goodman 1937) - Ohel

- (The whole cemetery [1869-71] is on the Parks & Gardens Register)


- Florence Place, Ditchling Road, BN1 (1826) Ohel by Lainson & Son 1893; and lamp post outside

- Sassoon Mausoleum, Paston Place, Kemp Town, BN2 (1896)

Bristol, St Philips Cemetery, Barton Road, BS2 (Oldest tombstone 1762)

Exeter, Jews' Burial Ground, Magdalen Street, Bull Meadow, EX2 (1757)

Falmouth Jews' Burial Ground, Old Falmouth Road, Ponsharden, TR10, 2 memorials (see also SAMs)

Ipswich, Salthouse Lane, off Star Lane, IP4 (1796), Walls

Kings Lynn, Millfleet, Stonegate Street, PE30 (Before 1811)

Liverpool, Jews' Burial Ground, Deane Road, Fairfield, L7 (1836)

Manchester, Urmston Jewish Cemetery, Chapel Grove, M41 (1878?) War memorial Obelisk and Tablet

Norwich City [Earlham] Cemetery, Bowthorpe Road, NR2 (1856), Ohel (E.E. Benest, 1856)

Nottingham, North Sherwood Street Jews' Burial Ground, NG1 (1823)

Penzance, Jews' Burial Ground, Lestinnick Terrace, TR18 (1791)

Plymouth Hoe Old Jews' Burial Ground, Lambhay Hill, PL1 (1758)

Ramsgate Jewish Cemetery, Upper Dumpton Park Road, CT11 (1872) Ohel and section of boundary wall

Southampton, Southampton Old/Common Cemetery, Cemetery Road, SO15 (1854), Ohel.

- (The whole cemetery [1846] is on the Parks and Gardens Register)

Wolverhampton, Old Jewish Cemetery, Cockshutts Lane, Thomson Avenue, WV2 (1851). Ohel and walls.


Scheduled Ancient Monument

Falmouth Jews' Burial Ground, Penryn Road, Ponsharden, TR11 (ca. 1780) (Two tombstones individually listed)



Jewish Plots in Municipal Cemeteries included on the P&G Register

Note: Date of opening of cemetery, followed by date of opening of Jewish plot, where known. With the exceptions of Coventry and Southampton, all these cemeteries have been added to the Register since 2001.

LONDON See above

Grade II*

Coventry, London Road Cemetery, Whitley, CV1 1845 (Joseph Paxton), 1864

Ipswich Old Cemetery, Cemetery Lane,  IP4 1855, 1855

Southampton City (Old/Common) Cemetery, SO15 1846, 1854 Ohel Listed Grade II


Grade II


- Birmingham City Cemetery, Witton, B23 1863, Old Section only 1871

- Brandwood End Cemetery, Woodthorpe Road, Kings Norton, Stirchley, B14 1895-99, 1918

Bradford Scholemoor Cemetery, BD7 1860, Reform Section 1877


- Philips Park Cemetery, M11 1866, 1874

- Southern Cemetery, Barlow Moor Road, M20 1879, 1892?

Norwich City Cemetery, Bowthorpe Road, NR2 1856, 1856

Preston Old Cemetery, New Hall Lane, PR1 1855, 1913



Former synagogues

Grade II

Cardiff, Cathedral Road, CF11 (Delissa Joseph 1896-97. Demolished behind façade)

Merthyr Tydfil, Bryntirion Road, Thomastown, CF47 (1872-77. Redundant gym, purchased by FJH in 2019)



In use as synagogues

Scottish A List

Glasgow, Garnethill, 127 Hill Street, G3 (John McLeod in association with N.S. Joseph 1877-79)

Scottish B List

Edinburgh, Salisbury Road, Newington, EH16 (James Miller 1929-32)

Former synagogue

Glasgow, Queen's Park, 4 Falloch Road, G42 (Ninian MacWhannel 1925-27. Flats)



Scottish A List

Glasgow, Jews' Enclosure, Glasgow Necropolis, Cathedral Square, G4 (1836)

Scottish B List


- Sciennes House Place (Braid Place), Causewayside, EH9(1820)

- Jewish Section, Newington Cemetery, Echobank, EH16 (1867)


- Janefield Jewish Cemetery, Eastern Necropolis, Gallowgate, G31 (1856)

- Jewish Section, Western Necropolis, Tresta Road, G23 (1882/3, including the Ohel 1898)

Greenock Cemetery, Jewish Section, Bow Road, PA16 (1911)

Northern Ireland


In use as synagogues

Grade II

Belfast Hebrew Congregation, 49 Somerton Road, BT15 3LH (Eugene Rosenberg of Yorke, Rosenberg, Mardall, 1961-64) 

[This influential 1960s circular synagogue with star-shaped ceiling is only the third post-Second World War synagogue to be Listed in the UK (in 2015). The others are Carmel College Synagogue (former) and Marble Arch Synagogue.]

Former synagogue

Former Belfast Hebrew Congregation, 4 Annesley Street, BT14 (Young & Mackenzie with B.S. Jacobs 1904. Mater Hospital Physiotherapy Gym)



Grade II

Belfast, Jaffe Memorial Fountain, Victoria Square, BT1 (1877)