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AMONG other Rules for the Government of the House, the Overseers have closed the Orders of the House, (which are generally the same as in other Work-houses) with this: "That all such Poor as shall duly observe the foregoing Orders relating to Work, shall be entitled to 1d.

for every Shilling they earn; and the rest, who do other necessary Business in the Family, such as dressing the Victuals, Nursing, Washing, cleaning the House, and the like, shall also be allowed such Encouragement Money as their Service shall deserve; but if any lay out this Money in Liquors, and disorder themselves, they shall be severely punished." N. It is remarkable, that all the Parishes in Southwark, except St.

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The former workhouse survives as Street Farm House. These were joined on 6th April 1836 by: Deal (2 Guardians), Sandwich St Clement's (1), Sandwich St Mary's (1), Sandwich St Peter's (1). A chapel was built close to the road immediately to the north of the workhouse. The hospital has now closed and the site is being redeveloped.

The population falling within the enlarged Union at the 1831 census had been 23,870 with parishes ranging in size from from Betshanger (population 20) to Deal (7,268). A group of cottage homes had been erected about half a mile to the south-east of the workhouse by the mid-1930s by which date Kent County Council had taken over the former union's poor relief responsbilities. The cottage homes, later known as Eastry Children's Home, have now been turned ove rto residential use.

There was a large dining-hall which presumably also served as a chapel.

At the South of the site, facing onto Mint Street, were offices and a registrar's office — the civil registration of births, marriage and deaths introduced in 1837 was carried out by poor law unions. Southwark Mint Street workhouse from the south-east, c.1910 © Peter Higginbotham St George-the-Martyr, Southwark, was constituted as a Poor Law Parish on 28th October, 1835.

Played here on , course was in very nice condition.

Fairways were lovely and had a nice covering of grass, well looked after and made very challenging with the water features that are well placed on the course.The only thing wrong that day was the greens, not that they were wet but that they were really slow and bobbly.This may just be because they were getting it ready for the Pro-Am or something but overall it was very nice (and so was the food).Thomas's, have set up large Workhouses, for the Reception of their numerous Poor, which are so well regulated, that as fast as there is any Vacancy, Interest is made by the Poor themselves to be admitted; and this Happiness seldom fails, where the Overseers of these Houses are diligent to inspect the Management, and to commit the Direction of them to discreet Masters and Mistresses, as well as to give all reasonable Encouragement to those that acquit themselves with Fidelity.A new building in Mint Street, probably on the same site, was erected in 1782.Set in 250 acres of wildlife rich parkland this well established course possesses immense character, incorporating the natural waters of the river Arun, the peace and tranquility of woods, and fourteen scenic water holes!

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