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Bognor Regis (Arun) Jewish Community

Bognor Regis

The seaside town of Bognor Regis is on the English South Coast and has a population of about 22,000. It was an urban district until 1974, when its administration was merged with the urban district Littlehampton and other adjoining areas to form the local government District of Arun, within the county of West Sussex. It was formerly just known as Bognor, having added the word "Regis" following a visit by King George V in 1929.   Felpham is part of the urban area of Bognor Regis. 

Bognor Jewish Community & Congregations

Below are the Jewish congregations known to have existed in Bognor Regis. There were also services held regularly in Littlehampton (Jewish Year Book 1940).

Jewish Population Data



(The Jewish Year Book 1966)
(The Jewish Year Book 2005)


Jewish Congregations in West Sussex

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