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The workhouse had extensive vegetable gardens and its own piggery which produced food for the inmates. Its operation was overseen by an elected Board of Guardians, 53 in number, representing its 45 constituent parishes as listed below figures in brackets indicate numbers of Guardians if more than one: Supper, every day— Bread, cheese and beer.
These included mattresses, blankets, sheets and clothing for the inmates — for the men this consisted of jackets of strong 'Fernought' cloth, breeches or trousers, striped cotton shirts, cloth cap and shoes.
A chapel, also dating from before was erected to the west of the workhouse. Table of diet in the Workhouse: It could house 32 children.
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The extent of this activity is indicated by the appointment of a farm manager in Much of what the visitor sees today dates from that time, when the present windows, staircase, floor and staging were put in.
John Phillips died in with the Market House still unfinished and no money left. You can shop for your hardware needs at several competing shops; there are also clothes shops, shoe shops, chemists, newsagents, stationers and a discount store selling home and garden goods.
The weekly charge of a pauper in was about 4s.
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However, no substantial improvements were made until when a large modern hospital was erected on the site of St Guthlac's Priory at the north-west of the workhouse. At either end of Ledbury's main shopping drag are two national supermarkets and at Ledbury's edge of town retail areas you can find electrical and furnture traders as well as Homebase and Countrywide stores.
Edenin his survey of the poor in England, reported of Hereford that: The building was complete in the autumn ofand in August of that year advertisements were placed in the Hereford Times for the posts of Master and Matron, porter, cook, chaplain, nurse schoolmaster and schoolmistress.
Work performed by the inmates included oakum picking, stone breaking, pounding bones and cleaning hair.
There is little evidence to support the theory, as the building lacks the ornate carving characteristic of his work, although he was a local man and responsible for some of the Market Halls in other towns in Herefordshire.
Hereford entrance block from the south, During the Second World War, the hospital facilities were taken over as part of the Emergency medical Service scheme.
The wood had become infested with insects, notably boring wasps, with additional decay due to rot. The house is a good one and in a good situation. Max the fishmonger is there on Tuesdays and Fridays.
By the s, five of the city's parishes were operating their own small workhouses: Supplies for the were workhouse were also opened to tender.
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