Plaque

West London Synagogue - Waley

Erection date: 27/5/1934

Inscription

{On the plaque to the north of the entrance:}
This building was opened by Philip S. Waley, President of the Synagogue, on 27th May 1934, 13th Sivan 5694

Site: West London Synagogue (3 memorials)

W1, Seymour Place, 33, West London Synagogue

The architects of the 1933 building were Mewes & Davis (inscribed on a stone near the entrance), and of the 1964 building, Julian Sofaer. These buildings are offices. The original 1870 synagogue building can be seen from the street behind, Stourcliffe Street.

Note that these plaques use the Jewish calendar.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
West London Synagogue - Waley

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West London Synagogue

The synagogue community was founded in 1840 and moved to Upper Berkeley Stree...

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Philip S. Waley

President of the West London Synagogue in 1934.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
West London Synagogue - Waley

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West London Synagogue - 1964

West London Synagogue - 1964

{On the 60's extension occupying the corner site:} This foundation stone of ...

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West London Synagogue - Stern

West London Synagogue - Stern

{On the plaque to the south of the entrance:} This stone was laid by Sir Edw...

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