JGSGB Partner Organisations
JGSGB website links to key partners
London Jewish Cultural Centre
The London Jewish Cultural Centre offers the widest range of Jewish learning opportunities (over 80 courses a term) and Jewish cultural events in the UK - Jewish education and entertainment for the whole community. JGSGB is developing its education links with the LJCC to extend awareness of genealogical research to a wider audience. JGSGB is also aiming to promote awareness of relevant events being held at the Centre.
The LJCC is based at:
Ivy House, 94-96 North End Road, London NW11 7SX
Phone: 020 8457 5000
Jewish Community Centre London (JW3)
The aim of JW3 is to transform the Jewish landscape in London by helping to create a vibrant, diverse and proud community, inspired by and engaged in Jewish arts, culture and community.
The JCC for London is located at 341-351 Finchley Road, London NW3 6ET
Phone: 020 7431 9866
Jewish Historical Society of England
The oldest historical and learned society of its kind in Europe, founded in 1893. The Society, based in London, has active branches in a number of centres and meets regularly with lectures on a wide range of subjects relating to Anglo-Jewish history, and publishes its biennial transactions known as Jewish Historical Studies. The JHSE and JGSGB are working together to develop mutually beneficial links, including the cross-promotion of talks and events and use of resources.
Click Here to see the latest programme of JHSE's London-based lectures. JGSGB Members are able to attend the London-based lectures for free.
Head Office - The Jewish Historical Society of England, Raymond Burton House, 129–131 Albert Street, London, NW1 7NB
Contact by Email Only: email@example.com
Jewish Museum London
The Jewish Museum London’s exhibitions, education programmes and activities encourage a sense of discovery and creativity and tell the story of Jewish history, culture and religion in an innovative and compelling way and engage with people of all backgrounds and faiths to explore Jewish heritage and identity as part of the wider story of Britain. JGSGB has worked with the Jewish Museum London for twenty or more years on the delivery of a regular programme of Family History Workshops. JGSGB will be working with the Museum to integrate Family History research into some of the Museum’s programme of activities.
Jewish Museum Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden Town, London NW1 7NB
Phone: 020 7284 7384