Public Assistance Committees

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Public Assistance Committees were the bodies created after the abolition of Board of Guardians in 1930[1] when workhouses were also abolished. Public Assistance Committees inherited responsibility for the administration of poor relief in the U.K.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Poor Law and Workhouse Records: Public Assistance Committee". Manchester City Council. p. 14.