Jewish New­cas­tle

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Jews lived on New­cas­tle’s Sil­ver Street in the 13th cen­tury

When the first shul opened in 1838, the ‘New­cas­tle Courant’ pub­lished a head­line in He­brew

Chief Rabbi Sir Is­rael Brodie was born in the city in 1895

New­cas­tle will host the 2007 Holo­caust Me­mo­rial Day event

The city’s two syn­a­gogues are in Gos­forth, a 25-minute walk from Jes­mond Dene House. The Ortho­dox con­gre­ga­tion in Gra­ham Park Road has a kosher food fa­cil­ity. There is a kosher food shop on Coatsworth Road, Gateshead, which has a large strictly Ortho­dox com­mu­nity

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