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Brighton & Hove Hebrew Congregation Kashrut Committee (BHHC) - Orthodox
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By Robyn Rosen, December 10, 2009
The Brighton and Hove Hillel Committee has bought a £350,000 building to be used as a drop-in centre for Jewish students.
The centre, which is at the rear of Brighton and Hove Hebrew Congregation’s Grade II* listed synagogue, will include a lounge, library, separate meat and milk kitchens, washing and sleeping facilities, meeting room, small synagogue and dining room for 40 people.
By Cecily Woolf, Brighton, August 13, 2009
English Heritage architect Robin Nugent reported on the essential repairs being carried out at Brighton’s historic Middle Street Synagogue at the Brighton and Hove Hebrew Congregation AGM.
A £317,000 English Heritage grant is funding work on the Grade II-star property, whose interior was described by Mr Nugent as “the finest in Brighton with the exception of the Royal Pavilion”.
By Yael Breuer, June 4, 2009
The editor of the new Reform Siddur has defended the prayer book against accusations of political correctness in the wake of criticism by the movement’s Brighton congregation.
An EGM at Brighton and Hove Reform voted to adopt the Siddur by a 36-14 majority with one abstention. Dissenters included vice-chair Debra Goodman, who claimed that many members were unhappy about the translation from Hebrew into English.
By Danny Caro, May 21, 2009
Brighton & Hove Albion have become the envy of football clubs across the country following an £80 million injection from internet gambling entrepreneur Tony Bloom.
Dividing his time between Sussex and Melbourne, the club’s new chairman marks a third generation to have a member on the board.
His uncle, Ray, is a club director and Harry, his grandfather, was vice-chairman when the club reached the old first division in 1979.
Almost all of the funds from the high stakes poker player will be absorbed by the club’s new Falmer Stadium.