Sir John Robinson’s Almshouses
|Sir John Robinson’s Almshouses|
The entrance gate to the almshouses in 2008
|Location||Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England|
|Built for||Sir John Robinson|
|Architect||William Herbert Higginbottom|
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 are managed by the Sir John Robinson Homes charity (England and Wales Registered Charity № 217941).
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