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Home for Cripples, Edmonton, Middlesex

The Home for Cripples was opened in 1911 at 64 Wellington Road, Bush Hill Park, Edmonton. Along with its sister establishment at Winchmore Hill, opened at around the same time, it replaced the Cripples Home and Refuge on Marylebone Road, founded in 1851.

On 28th September, 1911, the Edmonton home was formally licensed to operate as a Certified School, allowing it to receive children boarded out by the workhouse authorities.

The home appears to have stayed in operation for a fairly short time.

Former Home for Cripples, Wellington Road, Edmonton.


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