Purchase your copy of Brighton Jewry 250

On 31 December 1766, Israel Samuel gave 22 East Street, Brighton as the address for his marriage certificate, and became the first recorded Jew to live in Brighton.

Two-and-a-half centuries later, the Jewish community in Brighton & Hove celebrate this milestone moment with this specially-commissioned, limited-edition, book.

Beautifully illustrated, it contains over 40 contributions from historians, academics, and a range of members of the community and a location map of areas of interest.

You can purchase your copy at £10 via Manor House Books.

The cover of the Brighton Jewry 250 Anthology
The cover of the Brighton Jewry 250 Anthology

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