May 2009: Sandys Row Synagogue in the East End of London has received the largest single grant yet awarded to a Grade II Listed synagogue - £254,000 under the English Heritage and Heritage Lottery Fund joint Listed Places of Worship Repair Grant Scheme.
May 2009: Bradford Reform Synagogue is now Grade II* Listed.
December 2008: Dr Sharman Kadish, Director of Jewish Heritage UK, met Andy Burnham, the new Minister for Culture, at the launch in Manchester of English Heritage's Places of Worship Support Officers Scheme.
March 2008: The New Hebrew Congregation synagogue in Liverpool’s Greenbank Drive has been upgraded to Grade II* by the Department of Media, Culture and Sport on the initiative of the Twentieth Century Society.
March 2008: Liverpool's Princes Road Synagogue is now Grade I Listed.
August 2007: London's New West End Synagogue has been reclassified by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport as a Grade I Listed building.
May 2007: The Regency elegance of Gibraltar’s Garrison Library formed the backdrop to the launch of the first-ever authoritative guidebook to Jewish Heritage in Gibraltar.
December 2006: English Heritage has published Jewish Heritage in England, the first ever comprehensive guidebook to England's historic synagogues and sites.
October 2006: Birmingham's Singers Hill Synagogue was packed for a choral Selihot service a few days before Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.
May 2006: Whilst thousands of historic churches are threatened with redundancy and deterioration, a tiny number of historic synagogues also face a continuing battle to survive.