Welcome to Brighton!
Whether you're here for the day, the weekend, a longer break, the Brighton Festival, the Fringe Festival, Political Party Conference, Wedding, Bar Mitzvah, Stag Night, Memorial, Kiddush, family get-together, family feud, or any other occasion that brings Jewish folk together, Lubavitch welcomes you.

Tourist Information
As a great tourist location, there is much to be seen and to do in and around the city of Brighton & Hove. Many websites, as well as the Tourist Information Centre, can guide you in ensuring a pleasant stay here. Start with the city's official site at
www.brighton-hove.gov.uk or simply do a Google search, and you are bound to find tons to keep you busy throughout your stay! General information about Jewish Brighton and local orgenisations can be accessed by logging on to www.sussexjewishrepresentativecouncil.org.

Kosher Provisions
There is currently no Kosher shop in Brighton.

We highly recommend you have a look at the London Beth Din's Kosher app, which lists many 100s of products in regular supermarkets which are kosher. The app can be found at Isitkosher.uk.  

Kosher Catering by Orchid. Contact Lesley Shaw on 07711 430 064. (Under supervision of the Brighton & Hove Kashrut Board.

Waitrose at 130-134 Western Road is most convenient for those staying in the city centre; the Brighton store has kosher sections for dry products, fridge and freezer.

Tesco on Church Road, Hove likely have the largest Kosher selections in the city. With sections for dry products, fridge and frozen.

Waitrose 121 Nevill Rd, Hove BN3 7BZ, Sainsbury's in Portslade, at 361-367 Old Shoreham Road, Tesco Holmbush centre, Upper Shoreham Rd, Shoreham-by-Sea BN43 6TD and Asda at Brighton Marina also have Kosher sections. (Listed in order of level of provisions).

On line Supermarket Ocado.co.uk also stocks a wide range of Kosher products.
London-based  www.gokosupermarket.co.uk  is one of a number of companies that provides delivery via courier.  

Various Kosher stores do periodical deliveries to Brighton.
We do not have up-to-date information, on whether these companies are currently still making deliveries.

There is currently no Mikvah operating in Brighton & Hove. 
The closest Mikvah is at Chabad of Wimbledon in South London. Information can be found at www.chabadwimbledon.com/102474

Middle Street Synagogue - (No longer open for services)
Middle Street Synagogue, is located in the heart of the city centre, only minutes from the world famous Palace Pier and The Lanes. 
Built in 1874-76 it has one of the most beautiful and ornate interior's of any shul in the country. The shul has Grade II* listed status.  The Synagogue is open anually to the public on Sundays in May, during Brighton Festival.
More information can be found on
  Synagogue page , or on the BHHC website.

If you require any assistance during your stay, please feel free to contact us, and we will endeavour to make your visit as pleasant and enjoyable as possible.

Beruchim Habaim - Welcome!

Rabbi Pesach & Penina Efune and Family
Rabbi Zalman & Shterna Lewis and Family

Chabad Lubavitch of Brighton