List of almshouses in the United Kingdom

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The following is a list of British almshouses:

England[edit]

Berkshire[edit]

  • Dixon's Almshouses, Aldermaston
  • Donnington Hospital, Donnington, Bucklebury & Iffley, Oxon
  • St Peter's Almshouses, Brimpton
  • John Isbury's Almshouses, Lambourn
  • Place's or Jacob Hardrett's Almshouses, Lambourn
  • The Haven of Rest Akmshouses, Maidenhead
  • St Mary's Almshouses, Newbury
  • Pearces Almshouses, Newbury
  • Old Hunt's Almshouses, Newbury
  • Coxedd's Almshouses, Newbury
  • Newbury Church & Almshouse Charity Almshouses, Newbury (Newtown Road & Harvest Green)
  • Kimber's Almshouses, Newbury
  • St Bartholomew's Hospital, also known as King John's Almshouses, Newbury
  • Raymond's Almshouses, Newbury
  • Essex Wynter Almshouses, Newbury
  • Mabel Luke Almshouses, Newbury
  • Robinson's Almshouses, Newbury
  • Vachel Almshouses, Reading
  • Andrew's Almshouses, also known as the Widow's House, Speenhamland
  • Westende Almshouses, Wokingham

Bristol[edit]

  • Colstons Almshouses (built 1691)
  • Foster's Almshouses (founded 1482)
  • Merchant Venturers Almshouses (built c.1696)
  • St Nicholas's Almshouses (built 1652–1656)
  • St Monica's Home of Rest, Cote Lane (1925)
  • Bengough's Almshouses, Horfield Road
  • Haberfield House, Hotwell Road
  • Hill's Almshouses (now Stoneleigh House), Jacob's Wells Road
  • Merchant Taylors' Almshouses, Merchant Street (1701)
  • Holy Trinity Almshouses, Old Market Street
  • St Ambrose Almshouses, Park Crescent
  • Perry's Almshouses, Dragon Road, Winterbourne
  • Dr White's Almshouse (founded 1613)

Buckinghamshire[edit]

  • Thomas Hickman's Almshouses, Aylesbury (1695)

Cheshire[edit]

Cornwall[edit]

  • Poads Trust Almshouses, Menheniot
  • Morval Almshouses, Morval
  • Maids House, Quethiock
  • Buller Almshouses, Barker’s Hill, Saltash
  • Sir William Moyle’s Almshouses, Gallery Lane, St Germans
  • Earle’s Retreat, Trelawney Road, Falmouth
  • Mr Lanyon’s Almshouses, Halvarras Road, Kea
  • Hugh Boscawen Almshouses, Tregony Hill, Tregony
  • Kensey Place, Dockacre Road, Launceston
  • Padstow Almshouses, Middle Street, Padstow
  • Fowey Almshouses, 1 Cobb’s Well, Fowey
  • Rashleigh Almshouses, Polmear Hill, St. Austell
  • Almshouses, St. Stephen in St. Stephen Brannel

Derbyshire[edit]

Devon[edit]

  • John Greenway Gardens, Gold Street, Tiverton
  • Greenway Close, Kings Street, Tiverton

Durham[edit]

Fox Almshouses in Norton, County Durham

Essex[edit]

  • Barfield's Almshouses, Dedham
  • Barker's Almshouses, Dedham
  • Dunton's Almshouses, Dedham
  • John Henry Keene Memorial Homes, Chelmsford
  • Shen Place Almshouses, Shenfield
  • Sir William Petre Almshouses, Ingatestone
  • South Weald Almshouses, South Weald
  • Fuller House (The Almshouses), Church Road, Stansted Mountfitchet

Hampshire[edit]

Herefordshire[edit]

  • Coningsby Hospital
  • Duppa's Almshouses, Pembridge[1]
  • The Lazarus Hospital
  • Lingen Hospital
  • Saint Ethelbert's Hospital
  • Saint Giles' Hospital
  • Williams' Hospital, Hereford (built 1601)
  • Prices Almshouses
  • Aubrey's Almshouses
  • Rudhall Almshouses (Ross-on-Wye)

Hertfordshire[edit]

  • Baish Almshouses, Stanstead Abbots
  • Harrison Almshouses, Ware
  • Monson Almshouses, Broxbourne
  • St Mary's Almshouses, Ware
  • Bedford Almshouses, Watford
  • Warners Almshouses, Hitchin
  • Skynner's Almshouses, Hitchin
  • The Cloisters, Radcliffe Rd, Hitchin
  • Wynn Almshouses, Baldock

Kent[edit]

Leicestershire[edit]

Lancashire[edit]

Lincolnshire[edit]

  • Lord Burghley's Almshouse, Stamford
  • Browne's Hospital, Stamford
  • St Peter's Callis, Stamford
  • Snowden's Hospital, Stamford
  • Truesdale's Hospital, Stamford
  • Williamson's Hospital, Stamford
  • Hopkin's Hospital, Stamford
  • Fryer's Hospital, Stamford

Greater London[edit]

Barnet[edit]

  • Campe Almshouses, Whetstone (built 1612)
  • Leathersellers' Close, Barnet
  • Wilbraham Almshouses, Barnet (founded 1616)

Bexley[edit]

  • Styleman's Almshouses [built 1755]

Bromley[edit]

  • Waterman's Almhouses, Penge

Camden[edit]

Croydon[edit]

Enfield[edit]

Greenwich[edit]

Hackney[edit]

  • Geffrye former almshouses, Hoxton [now a museum]

Hammersmith and Fulham[edit]

Kingston[edit]

  • Cleaves Almshouses, Kingston (founded 1550)

Lambeth[edit]

Richmond upon Thames[edit]

Tollemache Almshouses, Ham

Southwark[edit]

  • Hopton's Almshouses, Bankside

Tower Hamlets[edit]

  • Norton Folgate Almshouses, Spitalfields

Wandsworth[edit]

  • Abraham Dawes Almshouses, Putney
  • Dovedale Cottages, Battersea

Westminster[edit]

  • Westminster Almshouses, Rochester Row

Norfolk[edit]

Northamptonshire[edit]

Nottinghamshire[edit]

Oxfordshire[edit]

Somerset[edit]

Staffordshire[edit]

Suffolk[edit]

Surrey[edit]

Warwickshire[edit]

West Sussex[edit]

Sackville College from the High street

Wiltshire[edit]

Yorkshire[edit]

Wales[edit]

Northern Ireland[edit]

  • Seaforde Almshouses, Newcastle Road, Seaforde, Co Down [1]

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