Town of Harrogate
Harrogate is a town in Northern England with a population of about 70,000, well known as a spa, some 15 miles from Leeds. It is part of the District of Harrogate (which also includes the historic town of Knaresborough) within the county of North Yorkshire. Prior to 1974, Harrogate, covering a much smaller area, was a municipal borough within the West Riding of Yorkshire.
Harrogate Jewish Community
Only one Jewish congregation, the Harrogate Hebrew Congregation, is known to have existed in Harrogate in modern times, although there was a medieval Jewish community in Knaresborough.
Other Harrogate Jewish Information
Plaque commemorating the medieval synagogue in
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