Development[ edit ] Before the Garden City: Old Letchworth[ edit ] Letchworth was one of the ancient parishes of Hertfordshire.
The meat allowance, when given, is as follows: The number of persons in St Alkmund Workhouse is 36, of whom 6 are under 7 years, 8 between 7 and 12 who do a little work, and the rest are chiefly middle-aged women.
Those who can work are mostly employed in the silk and cotton mills, earn about 16s. The number of persons in All Saints' Workhouse is 53, of whom 9 are under 8 years, 15 from 8 to 14 who work in the silk or cotton mills, and each earn from 1s.
The others are mostly old and infirm. There are 39 persons in St Peter's Workhouse, 15 under 12 years. Those who are able work knit or spin for the use of the house, or are employed in the neighbouring silk or cotton mills, receiving 2d.
In St Werburgh's workhouse there are 24 persons. Its operation was overseen by an elected Board of Guardians, 40 in number, representing its 34 constituent parishes as listed below figures in brackets indicate numbers of Guardians if more than one: It was designed by John Mason.
The building did not follow any of the Poor Law Commissioners standard plans. It adopted a broadly square design but had only two courtyard areas. The location and layout of the workhouse can be seen on the map below.
Derby Osmaston Road workhouse site, With the erection of the new Uttoxeter Road workhouse, the Osmaston Road site was put up for sale. Most of the old workhouse buildings were retained and reused including the present entrance block which now has a brick facade added to its centre.
Derby Osmaston Road former workhouse site from the north, s. Derby Osmaston Road former workhouse site from the north-east, It was designed by local architects William Giles and Robert and Thomas Brookhouse who specialised in public and church buildings.
The workhouse location and layout can be seen on the map below. Derby Uttoxeter Road workhouse site, A gatehouse stood at the southern entrance to the site, with vagrants' wards to the west.
Derby Uttoxeter Road workhouse entrance. Behind the gatehouse stood the three-storey main block with a central clock tower.
There was a central dining hall and kitchen block to its rear. Further north lay the chapel with the infirmary to its east.
A separate school building lay at the north of the site. Derby former Uttoxeter Road workhouse main block from the south-east. The workhouse later became known as the Boundary House Institution, then after as Manor Hospital.
The hospital closed in and all the buildings have now been demolished. The site has now been redeveloped for commercial use. Derby City Hospital From as early asthe Derby Guardians had been considering plans to erect a Poor Law Hospital for the care the union's sick poor.
Because of the First World War and its aftermath, the project was shelved until Towards the end ofwork finally began on the scheme on a twenty-eight acre site at the south side of the Uttoxeter Road, almost directly opposite the workhouse.
The official laying of foundation stones took place on 29th June,with stones being laid by Chairman of the Guardians, E. Morley, and Clerk to the Guardians, Ralph Grantham. The buildings, which could accommodate patients, were designed by TH Thorpe.The Hans Holbein Foundation resource centre for research and development.
V, No. 3., August HOLBEIN, SIR THOMAS MORE & THE PRINCES IN THE TOWER. In April last, St. Martin's Parish determined to convert their Parish-Houses into a Workhouse, by joining two of the lower Apartments into one, for a Working-Room, and fitting up two others for a Kitchin, a Cellar, &c.
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You can bring your documents for binding only or print and bind with us. We are open every day. There are ale-houses, i.e. one house in every 16 in the whole town. Each parish except No. 3 has its own Workhouse, that of St Alkmund being the best; it is airy, clean, and well provided with good bedding (feather) and other necessary furniture.
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