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Jewish Heritage Trails for Brighton and Hove

Brighton & Hove can now boast of two new heritage trails that showcase the area’s rich Jewish history. From social activists to socialites, synagogues to salons these trails highlight a colourful diversity of people and places making up Brighton & Hove’s Jewish heritage.

Each map covers a distance of between 4-6km and features 12 points of interest. For those who aren’t able to physically follow the trail, each point of interest has been illustrated on the map, bringing the sights and scenes of Brighton and Hove to whoever views the map, wherever in the world they may be.

These maps are the product of a collaboration between JTrails the National Anglo-Jewish Heritage Trail project, founded by Marcus Roberts and PhD student and former curator at the Jewish Museum London, Jemima Jarman who was generously funded to take on this creative project by CHASE.

You can view, download and print the Brighton Jewish Heritage Trail and the Hove Jewish Heritage Trail online here.

To request a physical copy of the map be sent to you via post please fill in your details here:

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