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Talmud Torah School Manchester

School
11 Bent Street

Basic Information

The Talmud Torah School was a school for the teaching of elementary education in Hebrew, the Scriptures and the Talmud and in the principles of the Jewish faith and practise.  Talmud Torah schools were traditionally for boys only. Girls were admitted in modern times. The School was founded in 1880 and established in purpose built premises at No. 11 Bent Street, Cheetham, Manchester.  In 1958 the Bent Street school was sold and in 1959 the new headquarters of the Manchester Central Board for Hebrew Education and Talmud Torah was opened in Upper Park Road, Salford. It closed in 2005.

Build completed:
1880

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Addresses

Address:
11 Bent Street Manchester

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