West London Synagogue has installed a bulletproof entrance amid security concerns.
The entrance will now allow only one door to be open at a time, allowing security to identity and investigate visitors more thoroughly. Shabbat locks were also installed.
The steel-reinforced entrance was installed by a security company which said: “With the increasing threat of terror from around the world, synagogues need to take security more seriously than before.”
West London Synagogue was established in 1840. It is the oldest prayer space affiliated with the Movement for Reform Judaism.