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Macclesfield Jewish Community

Town of Macclesfield, Cheshire

Macclesfield (population 50,000), a town in north-west England close to the border of Greater Manchester, is situated on the river Bollin, a tributary of the river Mersey.  Since 1 April 2009, Macclesfield has been part of Cheshire East, a unitary authority with borough status within the now purely ceremonial county of Cheshire. From 1974 to 2009, Macclesfield (which during such period included the town of Wilmslow) was a local government district and borough in Cheshire. Prior to 1974, Macclesfield was a municipal borough within the county of Cheshire.

Macclesfield Jewish Community and Congregations

The following Congregations were considered to be part of the Macclesfield Jewish Community:

Jewish Congregations in Cheshire

Jewish Communities of England home page

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