Jewish East End Celebration Society
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Beaumont Grove
Beaumont Grove South West Essex Reform Synagogue's Beaumont Grove Branch evolved from the Oxford and St George's Settlement.
Sandy's Row
Sandy's Row Sandy's Row Synagogue interior.The dominant interior colour is orange, reflecting the Dutch origins of the synagogue's founders
Sandy's Row
Sandy's Row Sandys Row Synagogue straddles the City/East End boundary. It was founded in 1884.
Bethnal Green Great Synagogue
Bethnal Green Great Synagogue Bethnal Green Great Synagogue, 11 to 15 Bethnal Green Road, closed in 1984.
Bethnal Green Great Synagogue
Bethnal Green Great Synagogue Turn left at the North End of Brick Lane and walk along Bethnal Green Road for 500 yards to find Bethnal Green Great Synagogue next to Club Row. Formerly a member of the Federation of Synagogues, until recently it was a clothing factory and is now an artist's studio. Look for the large Star of David on the side of the building.
Spitalfields Great Synagogue
Spitalfields Great Synagogue The Brick Lane Mosque, formerly the Machzike Hadass (Spitalfields Great) Synagogue was a member of the Federation of Synagogues. This impressive building was once a Hugenot chapel. It became a synagogue in 1898 and closed in the mid 1970s. It was once so busy that additional classrooms for religious education were built on the original roof. Look up and you can still see them.
The former Spitalfields Great Synagogue
The former Spitalfields Great Synagogue Originally a Hugenot Chapel,the former Spitalfields Great Synagogue (Machzike Hadass), Brick Lane , now a mosque

Latest news

  • JEECS News Update March 2020

    Isaac Rosenberg bust JEECS now has sufficient money to commission the above bust as a memorial to the great East End war poet and artist, but finding a site has been surprisingly difficult. Read More
  • Nelson Street ceiling collapse is a major blow

      The ceiling collapse at the East London Central Synagogue in Nelson Street on January 10 is a big blow to the East End's Jewish legacy. Read More
  • Osborn Street memories sought

    I was wondering if anyone could help me. I am looking for information on what the East End of London, mainly Whitechapel or Osborn Street, was like from 1900 to about 1969 and what is it like today. Read More
  • What do you know about beigels?

    Can you help? From JEECS chairman Clive Bettington.   1: Beigels A British company with American finance is making a film about the   international history of beigels. The company has been filming all over the world – Israel, Canada, the US etc – and has come to me for more information. It also wants me to organise a film premiere in the East End. Read More
  • I remember, I remember

    Among my most powerful memories of living in Petticoat Lane are the smells. I make my own bread and when I smell baking I’m taken back to our cold water tenement in Wentworth Dwellings. Read More
  • Hoping for a connection

    Back in 2013 our magazine The Cable published a fascinating article by Ivan Koop Kuper about his maternal family's East End origins in Whitechapel. Read More
  • In search of a better life

    IVAN KOOP KUPER takes a personal journey through his mother’s East End from his home in Houston, Texas.    The average American’s only exposure to London’s East End, if any, is typically through the BBC television series EastEnders, syndicated to the US to be shown by PBS. This long-running British soap opera depicts the offbeat characters who live in the fictional neighbourhood Read More
  • Minnie Lansbury: one of the most remarkable women to emerge from the East End

    A gleaming green and gold clock on the side of Electric House in Bow Road forms a fine tribute to Minnie Lansbury, one of the most remarkable women to emerge from the East End, whose life and achievements are the subject of a recent book from Five Leaves Publications. It was a life cut tragically short at the age of Read More
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