Ralli Hall at service to the local Jewish Community
For over 250 years in Brighton and Hove there has been a vibrant Jewish community where Ralli Hall has played its part as a hub of community events and activities.
Did you know… Since its change of ownership, Ralli Hall as a venue and building has become an integral part of community life in Hove and hosts a diverse range of activities in its ten rooms. The upper floor of Ralli Hall was licensed as a Jewish place of worship in accordance with the Places of Worship Registration Act 1855; its number on the register is 74657. This is in addition to Hove’s four purpose-built synagogues: the Hove Hebrew Congregation Synagogue (opened in 1930), the Brighton and Hove Progressive Synagogue (1938), the Brighton and Hove Hebrew Congregation Synagogue (1961) and the Brighton and Hove Reform Synagogue (1967). Jewish Scout troops also met in the building. [ref Wikipedia)