Eastbourne Jewish Community
The Borough of Eastbourne
The Sussex town of Eastbourne is a seaside resort on the English south coast, with a population of some 90,000. It was made a municipal borough in 1883, a county borough in 1911 and in 1974 it became a local government district within the county of East Sussex.
The Eastbourne Jewish Community & Congregations
There has been a small Jewish community in Eastbourne since at least 1918, when a congregation, initially Orthodox, was established. A Progrssive/Liberal congregation was founded in 2001.
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