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South Manchester Synagogue

Wilbraham Road, Fallowfield

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The increasing concentration of Eastern Europeans in North Manchester was one factor which persuaded a number of longer-established and more anglicised families to move across the city and settle in new homes of Upper Brook Street. There in 1872 some forty families pooled their resources to found the first South Manchester Synagogue in Sidney Street. The congregation moved to Wilbraham Road in August 1913 and more recently in 2002 to Bowdon.

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Address:
Wilbraham Road, Fallowfield Manchester
M14 6JS

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