Brighton & Hove Progressive Synagogue, (Hove, St Patrick)




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6 Lansdowne Road, Hove, East Sussex BN3 1FF.

Grid reference: 529754, 104742, View on: Google Maps, Open Street Map, Streetmap, National Library of Scotland Map or Oldmaps.


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Building information:

Built: 1939.

Style: Contemporary, rendered.

Current use: Worship.


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Adat Shalom Vereiā€™ut (Congregation of Peace and Friendship) is the Hebrew name for the congregation.
Brighton and Hove Progressive Synagogue has been at 6 Lansdowne Road, Hove since 1939. The original accommodation was expanded in the 1960s by the purchase of an adjoining property on Farm Road. Just two blocks north of the seafront, and very close to the Brighton/Hove border.
In addition to the Sanctuary, the building has four classrooms, a Library/Council Chamber, a Social Hall which we often use for celebrations and activities and which can accommodate up to 70 people, and a well-appointed kitchen.
Source - own website, accessed March 2010.

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