LONDON EXHIBITION: Making Their Mark – The Jews of Bradford

Interior of Bowland Street Synagogue

Interior of Bowland Street Synagogue

The London Jewish Cultural Centre is delighted to host this fascinating exhibition about the history of Jews in Bradford. In December 2011, Bradford Synagogue was awarded a grant by the Heritage Lottery Fund, for a project to research the contribution of the Jewish community to the building of Bradford, the results of which will be on show.

Bradford was and is a hard working city and the Jews played their part as city builders, entrepreneurs, medics, academics, teachers and citizens. On display will be the results of this research, shown alongside photographs of key Jewish locations in the city, portraits of Jacob Moser, the second Jewish Lord Mayor of Bradford who served from 1910-11 and other key figures shown alongside other important artefacts.

Opening dates and times*:
25 February – 2-8pm
26 February – 3-8pm
27 February – 10am-1pm
1 March – 11am-1pm
2 March – 3-8pm
6 March – 10am-1pm
8 March – 11am-1pm
9 March – 3-8pm
10 March – 1-8pm
12 March – 3-8pm
13 March – 10am-1pm
16 March – 4-8pm
17 March – 1-8pm
19 March – 3-8pm
20 March – 10am-1pm
23 March – 2-8pm
24 March – 1-8pm
26 March – 3-8pm
*All dates and times are subject to change.

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London Jewish Cultural Centre
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