In 2007 the Greenbank Drive congregation amalgamated with another synagogue in Liverpool.
In March 2013 Liverpool City Council announced that it will pump £70,000 into refurbishing the Greenbank Synagogue in South Liverpool.
The Grade II listed building, on Greenbank Drive, has been on the ‘at risk’ register since 2010.
But it is hoped the repairs will secure its long-term future and help find a new use for it.
It was built in 1936 and was used by the congregation until they left it in 2007. A plan to turn it into flats hatched in 2008 came to nothing and it has been idle since.
Address: Greenbank Drive, Liverpool, L17 1AN