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Dorking Jewish Communal Centre

Dorking, Mole Valley, Surrey

 

 

   
 


Page created: 2 May 2006
Latest revision or update: 15 December 2016

Town of Dorking

Dorking lies about ten miles to the south of the administrative boundary of Greater London. It was an urban district from 1894 until 1974, when it was merged with adjoining localities to form the local government district of Mole Valley, still within the county of Surrey.

Jewish Community of Dorking

The Jewish community in Woking was formed during World War II.

Congregation Data

Name:

Dorking Jewish Communal Centre

Address:

Windycroft Street, St Pauls Road, Dorking, Surrey

Current Status:

Closed

Date Founded:

During World War II, presumably by evacuees from London and other built up areas.

Cemetery Information:

There is no Jewish cemetery in Woking.

 


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The records in the database associated with Dorking include:

1851 Anglo Jewry Database (updated 2016)

Individuals in the 1851 Anglo Jewry Database who were living in Dorking during the 1820s (1 record) and 1840s (1 record).
 

 
Jewish Congregations in Surrey

Jewish Congregations in Greater London and its Outskirts

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