Sir John Robinson’s Almshouses

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Sir John Robinson’s Almshouses
Daybrook Alms Houses - geograph.org.uk - 857094.jpg
The entrance gate to the almshouses in 2008
Location Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
Coordinates 52°59′58.4″N 1°8′16.7″W / 52.999556°N 1.137972°W / 52.999556; -1.137972Coordinates: 52°59′58.4″N 1°8′16.7″W / 52.999556°N 1.137972°W / 52.999556; -1.137972
Built 1899
Built for Sir John Robinson
Architect William Herbert Higginbottom[1]
Listed Building – Grade II
Sir John Robinson’s Almshouses is located in Nottinghamshire
Sir John Robinson’s Almshouses
Location of Sir John Robinson’s Almshouses in Nottinghamshire

The Sir John Robinson Almshouses (commonly the Daybrook Almshouses are a collection of twelve two-bedroom cottages erected in 1899 on Mansfield Road, Daybrook, Arnold, Nottingham[2]

Sir John Robinson of the Home Brewery built the almshouses and also Daybrook Laundry in memory of his son John Sandford Robinson, an amateur jockey, who died in a horse-racing accident on 21 April 1898, aged 30 years.

The Almshouses were visited by King George V on 24 June 1914.[citation needed]

The almshouses are managed by the Sir John Robinson Homes charity (England and Wales Registered Charity № 217941).[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nottinghamshire Guardian - Saturday 7 October 1899
  2. ^ "Sir John Robinson's Almshouses" (PDF). housingcare.org. Elderly Accommodation Counsel. 20 September 2013. Retrieved 22 June 2014. 
  3. ^ "The Charity Commission". The Charity Commission website.