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Basingstoke Hebrew Congregation

Basingstoke, Hampshire

 
 

 

   
 


Page created: 7 May 2006
Latest update or revision: 15 April 2017

Town of Basingstoke

Basingstoke, a town in the southern English county of Hampshire, has a population of about 150,000.  It was a municipal borough until 1974, when it was merged with neighbouring districts to form the local government district (later borough) of Basingstoke and Deane, still within the county of Hampshire.

Basingstoke Jewish Community

The following was the only Jewish congregation known to have exited in Basingstoke:

Congregation Data

Name:

Basingstoke Hebrew Congregation

Address:

Services held in Flaxfield College

Date Founded:

About 1903, based upon the following press report:

Jewish Chronicle 3 April 1903 page 30

‘The Jews residing in Basingstoke have formed themselves into a congregation. They hold services, but have no Sepher Torah, and as they are few in number they solicit help from the community to purchase a Sepher. Mr. R. Polka, Flaxfield College, is the Hon. Secretary.’

Current Status:

Closed after 1920

Ritual:

Orthodox Ashkenazi

 

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