CARDIFF, South Glamorgan: (3 cemeteries) Print

The capital and largest city of Wales, situated in the southeast of the principality, overlooking the Bristol Channel.

For Community Information, see Cardiff Jewish Community on  JCR-UK.

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Chevra Kaddishah (Orthodox)  - Cardiff United Synagogue Chevra Kaddishah, Cyncoed Gardens, Penylan, Cardiff CF23 5SL, Wales

UPDATE: Contact information is as follows: A.Blasebalk esq, c/o Cardiff United Synagogue Office, Cyncoed Gardens, Penylan, Cardiff, Wales, UK

Tel 029-20473728. Fax : 02920-487737. E-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and web site http://www.cardiffshul.org [October 2008]

Chevra Kaddishah (Reform) - Cardiff Reform Synagogue. Chevra Kaddishah, c/o Cardiff Reform Synagogue, Moira Terrace, Cardiff CF24 0EJ, Wales, UK

Formerly known as the "New" synagogue. Source: Simon Masters, Information Dept, Cardiff Reform Synagogue [May 2011]

Contact details: Mr D Kyiet, c/o Cardiff Reform Synagogue,Moira Terrace, Cardiff,Wales UK. Tel (+44) 029 2049 1689 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

CEMETERIES:

Reform Synagogue Cemetery - Cowbridge Road Entrance, Ely Cemetery.

Old Jewish Cemetery (Orthodox) - Highfield Road, Roath Park, Cardiff CF14.

Land for this cemetery was reputedly donated by the Marquis of Bute in 1841.

First burials date from 1845, although earliest legible tombstone is 1852.

JOWBR includes 1,371 records in respect of this cemetery. Source, David Shulman, Webmaster JCR-UK [February 2016]

Access: Locked. Key c/o Cardiff United Synagogue.

New Jewish Cemetery (Orthodox) - Greenfarm Road, Ely.

Last Updated on Monday, 19 September 2016 20:44