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by Ken Jones


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In June 1837, the Newcastle-in-Emlyn Guardians proposed the construction of a union workhouse to accommodate 150 inmates. Appreciation to Ken Jones for the picture and information from Guardians' minutes.

In June 1837, the Newcastle-in-Emlyn Guardians proposed the construction of a union workhouse to accommodate 150 inmates. On February 26th 1838, the Board unanimously agreed to accept an estimate of £2,750 from Richard Evans for building a workhouse according to the plans and specifications.

The new Newcastle Union workhouse was erected in 1839-40 on a five-acre site at the north of Newcastle West. Designed by the Poor Law Commissioners' architect George Wilkinson, the buildings were planned to accommodate 550 inmates

The new Newcastle Union workhouse was erected in 1839-40 on a five-acre site at the north of Newcastle West. Designed by the Poor Law Commissioners' architect George Wilkinson, the buildings were planned to accommodate 550 inmates. Its construction cost £6,680 plus £920 for fittings etc.

Newcastle Emlyn (Welsh: Castellnewydd Emlyn) is a town on the River Teifi, straddling the counties of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire in West Wales

Newcastle Emlyn (Welsh: Castellnewydd Emlyn) is a town on the River Teifi, straddling the counties of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire in West Wales. Adpar is the part of town on the Ceredigion side of the River Teifi. It was formerly called Trefhedyn and was an ancient Welsh borough in its own right

Newcastle-in-Emlyn The Union workhouse was erected in 1838-9 at the south side of Keele Road to the west of Newcastle.

Bangor & Beaumaris. A parliamentary survey in 1777 recorded parish workhouses in operation at Audley (for up to 50 inmates) and Newcastle under Lyme (40 inmates). The Poor Law Union formally came into being on 3rd April 1838. The Union workhouse was erected in 1838-9 at the south side of Keele Road to the west of Newcastle. It cost £6,000 and could accommodate 350 inmates.

In addition to the main workhouse, the union had an auxiliary workhouse workhouse in an old building on the north bank of the Tyne in Newcastle. It accommodated 60 and was used for temporary relief. Half the inmates were tramps. There were two yards, three rooms and a day room for men, three for women, and two tramp rooms. Ponteland Cottage Homes. In 1901, the Union erected cottage homes on a 70-acre rural site at Ponteland for the accommodation of 300 pauper children away from the workhouse. Each cottage block was supervised by a "house-father" or "house-mother" and accommodated between thirty and forty children.

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In Newcastle Emlyn there is larger food shops, along with others selling clothes, antiques and other gifts. After their trip, guests tell us about their stay. Take aways can also be found in Newcastle Emlyn. The nearest Tescos and Aldi is in Cardigan over 8 miles away. End of dialog content.

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Llandyfriog Church is the venue for Ken Jones' book on Heslop - the last victim of a duel in Wales. I thought I'd finished processing my shots from Newcastle Emlyn, but on looking up some info about the mill at Cenarth noticed that it's address is given as "Cenarth, Newcastle Emlyn". 2pm Llandyfriog Village Hall. Please come to support. I've added some shots from this location to the pool - if it's inappropriate, please let me know and I'll remove them again.

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Newcastle-in-Emlyn Union & Workhouse download epub
Europe
Author: Ken Jones
ISBN: 0955662516
Category: History
Subcategory: Europe
Publisher: Summerhill Publishing (March 24, 2011)
Pages: 230 pages