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Reading Jewish Community

Town of Reading

Reading, on the confluence of the river Thames and river Kennet in southeast England, has a population of about 145,000.  It was a county borough until 1974, when it became a local government district and the county town of the county of Berkshire. In 1998, the renamed borough of Reading became a unitary authority, when Berkshire lost its administrative status, becoming purely a ceremonial county.  Tilehurst is a suburb of Reading, falling partly within the Borough of Reading, and partly within the adjoining unitary authority of West Berkshire.

Reading Jewish Community

The Reading Jewish community dates back to 1886. The following Congregations are, or were, considered to be part of the Reading Community:

Articles on the Reading Jewish Community

Press Reports about the Reading Jewish Community 1887 - 1914

Jewish Population Data

60 - 70

(The Jewish Year Book 1896)
(The Jewish Year Book 1949)
(The Jewish Year Book 1956)
(The Jewish Year Book 1966)
(The Jewish Year Book 1991)
(The Jewish Year Book 2005)

Other Reading Jewish Information

Jewish Property and Heritage & Places of Local Interest

Bibliography and other Sources

Jewish Congregations in Berkshire

Jewish Communities of England Home Page

Explanations of Terms Used




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