Hornby Boys' Hostel, Liverpool, Lancashire

In the early 1930s, the Hornby Probation Hostel for Boys was opened at Hornby House, 49 Shaw Street, Liverpool. The premises, previously used as an Auxiliary Home for the Liverpool Industrial Ragged School could accommodate 32 boys. The establishment was managed by the Liverpool Justices Probation Committee. The Superintendent in 1936 was Mr J.E. Jones.

The building no longer survives.

Records

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  • No records noted at present for this establishment — any information welcome.

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