Magdalen Homes — Wales

Where available, the 'Places' column shows the accommodation provided for mothers and babies (exact figures could change over time).
Note that over the years, many institutions changed location and/or name, sometimes more than once. The accommodation provided, age of those admitted etc. at a home could also vary.

Glamorgan

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Salvation Army Metropole, 11/12 Moira Terrace, Cardiffby 1920 48no limit
Kingswood Treborth Home, 379 Cowbridge Road East, Cardiff1908Rescue and preventive cases. Small payment where possible.4016-25
St Margaret's Refuge, 39 Cecil Street, Broadway, Roath, Cardiff1888Fallen women temporarily, passed on to House of Mercy; from South Wales free. From South Wales free; others £3-5 entrance fee. 14-25
Haven Refuge for Girls, 7 Partridge Road, Roath, Cardiff1910Friendless and fallen; local cases free.8under 10
St Margaret's Refuge, 78 Claude Road, Cardiffby 1897A temporary refuge for Fallen Women and Children, who after a short probation are passed on to suitable homes.414-25
St Margaret's Maternity Home, 78 Claude Road, Cardiff1895Hopeful first fall cases, admitted during pregnancy, kept for two years with their infants. Payment according to circumstances.414-25
St Margaret's House of Mercy, Church Terrace, Roath, Cardiff1881Fallen women from South Wales, free; others, £3 to £5 entrance fee. From South Wales free; others £3-5 entrance fee.20under 25
St Margaret's Children's Home, Church Terrace, Roath, Cardiff1891Children of immoral propensities or from immoral surroundings. Kept until 18 years of age. From £6 a year.288-12
Salvation Army Home, Hope Lodge, 21-22 Moira Terrace, Cardiff1917Unmarried mothers and their infants.20 
Convent of the Good Shepherd, Ty-Gwyn Road, Pen-y-lan, Cardiff1872Penitents and girls in danger. Free.13013-50
Diocesan Deaconess Institution / House of Mercy, Redlands Road, Penarth1893Fallen women. Working class, 3s.; middle class, 7s. 6d. to l0s.; superior class, 20s. Preference given to diocesan cases. A few destitute cases free.1015-19
Penarth House of Mercy, Penarth1862Payment £5 if possible.40under 20
Cwmdonkin Shelter, 1/1A Clifton Hill, Swansea1921   
Cwmdonkin Shelter, 10A (later renumbered 67) Heathfield, Swanseaby 1949 8m/6b 
Diocesan House of Mercy, Eastmoor Park, West Cross, Swansea1891Fallen girls of servant class; diocesan cases free.1614-25
Cwmdonkin Shelter, Terrace Road, Cwmdonkin Park, Swansea1887Rescue and preventive cases; temporarily.  

Monmouthshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Nantyderry Maternity Home and Hostel, Nantyderry House, Nantyderry, Abergavenny1920Working-class girls about to become mothers; 15s; remain six months.12under 30
St Faith's Home, 15 Clytha Square, Newportby 1930Fallen and friendless girls; local cases free.1014-18
St Faith's Home, 3 Clifton Place, Newportby 1920Fallen and friendless women; local cases free.914-20
St Faith's Home, 5 Brynderwen Road, Maindee, Newport1907Fallen women.  
Children's Rescue Home, St John Baptist Mission House, Oakfield Road, Newport1882Fallen children and those in danger. Payment according to circumstances.55under 11

Pembrokeshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
St Winifred's Home / Diocesan House of Mercy, Tenby1883Fallen women; free for diocesan cases, with £3 entrance fee; extra-diocesan cases £5. Remain at least two years. under 25

Guernsey

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Guernsey Rescue and Preventive Home, 10 Allez Street, St Peter Port1901Rescue and preventive cases; payment where possible.1202
Girls' Hostel, Victoria Road, St Peter Portby 1950   

Jersey

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Elizabeth House, 20 La Chasse, St Helierby 1949   
Elizabeth House, 33 Belmont Road, St Helierby 1930Friendless and fallen; temporarily.7no limit
Jersey House of Help, 67 Great Union Road, St Helier1886Friendless and fallen; temporarily.6no limit

Aberdeenshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Seabank Rescue Home, 684 King Street, Aberdeen1871   
Home for the Rescue of Fallen Females, Holburn Street, Aberdeen1862   
Aberdeen Town and County Vigilance Association, The Shelter, 52½ Chapel Street, Aberdeen1944Rescue and preventive cases; temporarily.7no limit

Angus (Forfarshire)

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Dundee and District Female Rescue Home, 18 Cobden Street, Lochee, Dundeeby 1897Fallen girls, or those in danger; remain 18 months.40under 20
Dundee and District Female Rescue Home, 18 Union Place, Lochee Road, Dundee1876Fallen girls, or those in danger; remain 18 months.40under 20
The Home, 202 Ferry Road, Dundeeby 1930Fallen, and inebriate women; free; remain two years.2715-25
The Home, 35 Paton's Lane, Dundee1848Friendless, fallen, and inebriates; free; remain two years.3018-35
St Ronan's Shelter, Dalkeith Road, Dundee1925Preventive and rescue cases; free.10over 14
Salvation Army Home, Florence Booth House, Clement Park, HarefieldRoad, Lochee, Dundee1918Unmarried mothers with their infants.40m/28 babiesno limit
Salvation Army Home / Metropole, Ward Road, Dundee1900Girls and women in distress.53no limit

Lanarkshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Atholl House Hostel, 11 Burnbank Gardens, Glasgow1925All classes of women and girls needing help. no limit
Church of Scotland Receiving Home, 12 Canning Place, Glasgow1913Fallen women; free.16no limit
Church of Scotland Receiving Home, 13 Canning Place, Glasgow1913Women from lodging-houses; free.16no limit
Magdalene Institution, 17 Stirling Road, Glasgow1860   
St Mary's Rescue Home, 177 Hill Street, Garnet Hill, Glasgow1900Fallen women, mostly from the lowest parts of the city; free.1014-25
Home for Deserted Mothers, 2 Queen's Terrace, Glasgowby 1930   
Salvation Army Receiving Home, 207 High Street, Glasgow1896Girls and women in distress.153no limit
Salvation Army Receiving Home and Metropole, 207 High Street, Glasgowby 1920Girls and women in distress; and homeless women.153no limit
Salvation Army Metropole, 207 High Street, Glasgowby 1930Homeless women.135no limit
St Gerard's Home, 218 Renfrew Street, Glasgow1928Unmarried expectant mothers; (first child only).30no limit
Church of Scotland Maternity Home, 22 Herbert Street, Glasgow1915Expectant mothers; 6s.8under 30
Magdalene Asylum, 286 Parliamentary Road, Glasgow, Glasgow1860   
Church of Scotland Maternity Home, 39 Lansdowne Crescent, Glasgow1915Expectant mothers; 7s.12under 30
Salvation Army Home, 5 St Vincent Place, Glasgow1889Girls and women in distress.  
Salvation Army Home, Ardenshaw, 45 St Andrew's Drive, Pollokshields, Glasgow1889Girls and women in distress.36no limit
Church of Scotland Home, Auldhousefield, Pollokshaws, Glasgow1908Mothers and infants; 5s.36no limit
Church of Scotland Children's Home / Mother and Baby Home, Florentine House, 53 Hillhead Street, Glasgow Orphan and other needy girls.227-12
Salvation Army Home, Homeland, 25 St Andrew's Drive, Pollokshields, Glasgow1920Unmarried mothers with their babies.22no limit
Dalbeth Magdalene Institution, London Road, Dalbeth, Glasgow1851Young girls and women.22615-30
Magdalene Institution, Parson Street, Glasgow1860   
Glasgow Magadalene Institution, Probationary Home, 266-268 Cathedral Street, Glasgow1859Fallen women; free from the city and neighbourhood.50under 30

Midlothian

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
St Andrew's Home, Duddingstoneby 1890Fallen women; free.29 
Home for Mothers and Babies, 17 Claremont Park, Edinburgh1924Unmarried expectant mothers (first child only); must be willing to remain three or four months after confinement; 10s; or by arrangement.12m/9 babiesunder 25
Edinburgh Rescue Shelter, 18 (later 18-19) Graham Street, Edinburgh1895Fallen girls; temporarily; free.20no limit
Edinburgh Rescue Shelter, 18 Dean Terrace, Edinburgh1920Fallen girls; temporarily; free.12no limit
Falconer Rescue Home, 18 St John's Hill, Edinburgh1860Fallen women.30no limit
Springwell House Rescue Home, 27 Ardmillan Terrace, Edinburgh1877Fallen girls; free. Admitted temporarily and drafted to Homes.12under 30
Springwell House Rescue Home, 7 Henderson Terrace, Dalry Road, Edinburgh1877Fallen girls; free. Admitted temporarily and drafted to Homes.12under 30
Edinburgh Industrial Home, Alnwick Hill, Liberton, Edinburgh1856Fallen women; free.36no limit
Edinburgh Laundry Home, Alnwick Hill, Liberton, Edinburgh1856Female offenders; free; remain eighteen months.4016-24
Salvation Army Home, Bonnington Bank House, Ferry Road, Edinburgh1920Unmarried mothers with their babies.22 
Church of Scotland Home, Denhamgreen House, Edinburgh1918Mothers and infants; 5s.40no limit
St Andrew's Home of Mercy, Easter Duddington, Joppa, Edinburgh1858Fallen girls; free, specially laundry-maids; remain two years.4014-20
Magdalene Institution, Gorgie Road, Edinburgh1797Fallen women anxious to reform; free; remain two years.126 
Salvation Army Metropole, The Vennel, Grassmarket, Edinburgh1894Homeless women.105no limit
Heriot Maitland Home, Wellington Street, Portobello, Edinburghby 1900Fallen women; free.25no limit
Church of Scotland Home, Dalry House, Hawthorn Gardens, Loanhead1923Girls for training.50under 25

Perthshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Perth Hostel, 11 Melville Street, Perth1913Girls in need.1014-25
House of the Good Shepherd, 59 Balhousie Street, Perth1900Fallen girls (first fall); temporarily.614-20
Perth Hostel, Melville House, 129 Scott Street, Perthby 1930Girls in need; Probation Act cases received.1014-25

Renfrewshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
House of Refuge / Shelter for Females, Ingleston Street, Upper Ingleston, Greenockc.1841Fallen women; also inebriates under Act.40 
Church of Scotland Rescue Home, Lady Lane, Paisley1880Fallen women; free.36no limit
Paisley Female Refuge, Victoria Laundry, Lady Lane, Paisley1861Fallen women; free.20no limit

Co. Antrim

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Ulster Female Penitentiary, 14 Brunswick Street, Belfastby 1884No proper applicant refused (expected to remain two years).3015-20
Edgar Home, 14 Brunswick Street, Belfastby 1897Fallen women. Remain two years. Free.6015-20
Belfast Midnight Mission Maternity Home, 25-27 (later 29) Malone Place, Belfast1902First maternity cases only received. 5s.12 
Belfast Midnight Mission, 29-31 Malone Place, Belfast1864Fallen women. A temporary refuge from which they are drafted to Homes. Free.20no limit
Salvation Army Home for Girls, 63 Great George Street, Belfastby 1890Free.  
Ulster Magdalene Asylum, Donegal Pass, Belfast1849Penitent fallen women. Remain two years. Free.30under 25
Jackson Hall Home, Newtownards Road, Ballymacarret, Belfast1849Free. Free.30under 25
Salvation Army Refuge, Thorndale, Duncairn Avenue, Antrim Road, Belfast1905Girls and women in distress.27no limit
Salvation Army Home, Thorndale, Duncairn Avenue, Antrim Road, Belfast1905Unmarried mothers and their babies. Free.33m/24 babiesno limit
Salvation Army Night Shelter, Thorndale, Duncairn Avenue, Antrim Road, Belfast1923Homeless women.30no limit
Salvation Army Home, Wellington Park House, Malone Road, Belfast1905Girls and women in distress.  
Salvation Army Home, Wellington Park House, Malone Road, Belfast1905Girls and women in distress. Free.33no limit
Edgar Home, Whitehall, Sunnyside Road, Ormeau Road, Belfastby 1912Fallen women. Remain two years. Free.6015-20

Co. Londonderry

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Londonderry and North-West Ulster Female Penitentiary, 24 Hawkin Street, Londonderry1829Fallen women.22no limit

Co. Cork

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Magdalen Asylum, Peacock Lane (now North Monastery Road), Cork1809   
Cork City and County Refuge, Sawmill Street, South Terrace, Cork1825Penitent young women of the poor class. Remain two years. Free.2618-30

Co. Dublin

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
St Mary's Refuge, 104 Lower Gloucester (now Sean MacDermott) Street, Dublin1887Fallen women. Length of time in the Home according to circumstances. Free.80no limit
Dublin Bethany Home, 23 Blackhall Place, Dublin1876Unmarried mothers and women in distress.24no limit
Rescue Mission Home, 3 Cowley Place, North Circular Road, Dublin1875For the reformation of a better class, socially, of young women than those in other homes. Free. 20 
Dublin Midnight Mission, 30-31 Marlborough Street, Dublin1862Fallen women. Free.30under 30
Dublin Rescue Home, 33 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin1875Fallen women; maternity cases before confinement. Free.15no limit
Dublin Asylum for Penitent Females, 54 (later 35) Upper Baggot Street, Dublin1835From all parts of the kingdom. Remain two years. Free. All denominations.36Young
Dublin Magdalen Asylum, 8 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin1766Respectable class on first fall. Free. Protestantss only.20under 20
Dublin by Lamplight, Ball's Bridge Terrace, Dublin1855Fallen women. Free.70under 30
Dublin Female Penitentiary, Berkeley Place, North Circular Road, Dublin1812Fallen women. Free.33no limit
St Mary Magdalen Asylum, Donnybrook Road, Dublin1798Fallen women. Free.100no limit
St Mary's Asylum, Grace Park Road, Drumcondra, Dublinc.1859Fallen women. Prison cases received. Free.210no limit
Kingstown Rescue Home, 2 Northcote Avenue, Kingstown1862Fallen women. Free.1520-30
Templeogue Nursery Rescue Home, Little Fortfield, Templeogue1910First fall maternity cases. Remain 6 months after birth of baby. Payment when possible.12no limit

Co. Limerick

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Limerick Home, St Mary's, Clare Street /Pennywell Road, Limerick1848Fallen women. Free.120over 14

Buckinghamshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
North Bucks Shelter, 10 High Street, Fenny Stratford Fallen and preventive cases.4 

Cambridgeshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Ely Diocesan Maternity Home, 48 Bateman Street, Cambridge1920Unmarried mothers with first child. Diocesan cases,10s.; others, 12s.14m/10b15-30
Ely Diocesan Refuge, The Haven, Elyby 1912Fallen and friendless girls, temporarily; non-diocesan cases, 5s.1213-20

Cornwall

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Penzance Shelter, 7 Penare Road, Penzanceby 1935Girls and women needing help. Payment according to circumstances6m/3bunder 30
Penzance Shelter, 7 Wellington Place, Penzance1908Girls and women needing help. Payment according to circumstances3under 30
Penzance Rescue and Preventive Society, Albert House, Penzance1881Fallen women. Those in danger and children helped; sent to Homes.  
Morwenna, Lescudjack Terrace, Penzanceby 1950.Before and After Care Home.8m/3b 

County Durham

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
St Agnes' Home, 30 Clifton Road, Darlington1910Fallen; temporarily; 5s.; local cases free.4no limit
Temporaray Home and Free Registry Office, 9 Cross Street, Durhamby 1885   

Essex

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Bartletts, 384 Baddow Road, Chelmsfordby 1949   
Dunmow Maternity Home, Great Easton, Dunmow1897First maternity cases before confinement; 7s.; remain six months. Diocesan cases, 5s.814-25
Ilford Shelter, 127 Balfour Road, Ilford1902Fallen women; temporarily.413-30
Hope Cottage, 80 Ingleby Road, Ilfordby 1920Fallen women; temporarily.513-24

Gloucestershire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Elm House Shelter, 11 Victoria Walk, Cotham, Bristolby 1949Shelter and Before and After Care Home.10 beds 
Elm House Shelter, 246 York York Road, Bristolby 1950   

Hampshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Petersfield Refuge, St Agnes, Petersfield1916Fallen and friendless women, temporarily; 5s.; local cases free.6under 30

Hertfordshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
The Shelter, Bengeo Servant class.5no limit

Isle of Wight

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
The Hostel, Staplers Road, Newport1921Women and girls needing help; temporarily; post-maternity and probation cases received; payment when possible.314-24

Kent

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Folkestone Refuge, 221 Dover Road, Folkestoneby 1900Fallen women and maternity cases, before and after confinement.1014-25
St Agnes Hostel, 49 Coolinge Road, Folkestoneby 1920Friendless and fallen women; temporarily; local cases, free.6over 14
Folkestone and District Refuge, Quested Road, Cheriton, Folkestoneby 1912Friendless and fallen women; temporarily; free.11 

Lancashire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Parkinson House, 68 West Cliff, Prestonby 1950Before and After Care Home.9m/3b 
St Teresa's Home, 61 Broom lane, Salfordby 1948Home for unmarried mothers and babies. First cases only.30m/40bover 16

Middlesex

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
The Shelter, 38 Albert Road, Hounslowby 1920Fallen women; free for Deanery cases; 5s. per week for others.2under 30
St Faith's Children's Home, 11 Gloucester Road, Teddington1910Children who have been criminally assaulted or from immoral surroundings; 6s. when possible.155-10
St Catherine's, 139 Church Road, Upper Teddingtonby 1912Rescue and preventive cases, 5s.; temporarily.4no limit

Northamptonshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Church Army Refuge, 10 Crawthorne Road, Peterborough1904Friendless and fallen from locality; temporarily1no limit

Somerset

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
St John's House of Mercy, Bedminster1860s   
St Michael's Laundry, Shepton Beauchamp, Ilminster1886Fallen girls; some 4s. per week; some 2s. 6d.; some free.10under 18

Staffordshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Lichfield Ladies' Association Refuge, Beacon Holme, 54 Beacon Street, Lichfield1882Fallen girls and preventive cases; temporarily, 5s.9under 25
The Refuge, Parchment Cottage, Lichfieldby 1885Fallen women; temporarily.2 
Rescue Home, Lichfieldby 1890Fallen women; temporarily.2 
Hanley Shelter, 26 Mayer Street, Hanley, Stoke on Trent1895All classes of girls or women; temporarily.415-25
Potteries Shelter, 6 Bagnall Street, Hanley, Stoke on Trentby 1912All classes of girls or women; temporarily.4no limit
Potteries Shelter, St Faith's, Howard Place, Shelton, Stoke on Trentby 1920All classes of girls or women; temporarily.9no limit

Suffolk

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
St Elizabeth's, 8 Sparhawk Street, Bury St Edmunds1910Girls from dangerous surroundings (preventive cases); from 7s.10over 14
Bury St Edmunds Shelter, 9 Westgate Street, Bury St Edmunds1910Fallen women and girls temporarily; 6s.; from Ely diocese 5s.3no limit

Surrey

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Croydon Rescue and Preventive Association, Milton House, 77 Milton Road, Croydon1883Fallen; remain various periods according to circumstances; local cases free; others £1 1s.8under 36
Epsom Shelter, St Monica's, Ashley Road, Epsom1912Fallen and friendless girls.6under 26
Waltham House Hostel, Epsom1915Mothers of domestic servant class with their babies; 15s. if possible; remain five months. or longer.1616-25
St Mary's Refuge, 52 Chertsey Street, Guildford1882Friendless and fallen women; temporarily; free.  
Guildford Refuge, 6 Wellington Place, Guildford1904Friendless and fallen; temporarily; local cases free.6no limit
Hope Lodge, Nightingale Road, Guildfordby 1949   
Sutton Home, Crossways, Benhill Road, Sutton1903Maternity cases; Diocesan cases, 5s., others, 7s. 6d.15under 26

Sussex

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Bognor Home, Spring Cottage,, Bognor Regis1891First fall cases with child, after confinement; remain one year.915-24
The Bell Hostel, 2 Salehurst Road, Eastbourneby 1930Mothers with their babies; from 20s.14m/16b.under 30
House of the Good Shepherd, 25A Belmore Road, Eastbourneby 1920Preventive and rescue cases; temporarily; from 10s.7over 14
Eastbourne Shelter, 61 Willowfield Road, Eastbourneby 1912Preventive and fallen first cases; temporarily; 5s., some free.4over 12
The Mission Home, Carleton Road, Eastbourne1886Fallen girls; 5s. 6d. per week under 25
Upwick Vale Rescue Home, Salehurst Street, Old Town, Eastbourneby 1897Lately fallen women, including those awaiting and after confinement; mothers remain with children for six months at 6s. 6d., the infants retained for three years at 3s. 6d.2414-23
Elnathan Home of Succour, New Road, Shoreham by Sea1905Fallen and destitute; 3s., where possible.1214-26
Chichester Diocesan Purity Association, 15 Grafton Road, Worthingby 1912Fallen girls; temporarily; 7s.; local cases free.8over 13
Chichester Diocesan Penitentiary Association, 3 Manor Villas, High Street, Worthing1897Fallen girls; mostly free; temporarily.4over 13

Wiltshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Swindon and North Wilts Shelter, 41 Belle Vue, Swindonby 1930Girls in moral need or difficulty.614-30
Swindon Shelter, 89 Clifton Street, Swindon1914Rescue and preventive cases; temporarily.515-25

Worcestershire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Kidderminster Shelter, 208 Hurcott Road, Kidderminster1901Fallen and preventive cases; temporarily.6under 25
Kidderminster Maternity Home, Greenhill Hostel, Chester Road, Kidderminsterby 1930Expectant and nursing mothers with their first child; stay four months if possible; 10s. 6d. before confinement; 12s. 6d. after.12m/20 babiesunder 25

West Riding of Yorkshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Knaresborough and Harrogate Ladies' Association Home, 33 Robert Street, Harrogateby 1935Fallen women and preventive cases; free from the locality; others 7s.6under 25
Knaresborough and Harrogate Ladies' Association Home, 5 Bower Road, Harrogateby 1930Fallen women and preventive cases; free from the locality; others 7s.6under 25

New York

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Eighty-eighth Street, between 4th and 5th Avenues, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)1833Fallen women who desire to return to the paths of virtue  

Monmouthshire

Name and LocationFounded/ OpenedClasses Received, Weekly fees, etc.PlacesAdmission Age
Newport Industrial Home, 9 Cardiff Road, Newport1865Fallen women; remain two years; free on personal application.1715-30