Greenbank Drive, Jewish, Liverpool

synagogue picture

Photograph supplied by & © Copyright of Lynda Nicholls.

The Synagogue,
Greenbank Drive,


The synagogue did not have a graveyard.


It was founded in 1937 and closed on 5 January 2008.

It is a Grade II listed building in Art Deco style, designed by Alfred Ernest Shennan. During WWII it was a refuge for people who had lost their homes and possessions in the blitz.




The synagogue was located at OS grid reference SJ3830988449 (Lat/Lon 53.389251,-2.929085). You can see this on maps provided by:

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