By Jessica Elgot, August 13, 2010
Bradford Reform can boast an architecturally extravagant synagogue, but there is nothing outlandish about its expenditure.
Saved from closure by a £5,000 heritage grant last year, the small community leads a hand-to-mouth existence, reliant on the support of outside donors.
"Every day there are tiny little miracles," says fundraising manager Rachel Yosef. "We have people who come to us out of the blue with donations. But it's never easy. This place has been on the point of shutting down since it was built."