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Newsletter Summer 2017 version 1(.doc, 53.5 KB) Last updated on 12 December 2013.

In December, 1853, at the George Hotel and Tap, on Aldermanbury, East London, a group of warehousemen and clerks from the local 'Manchester' wholesale textile warehouses met to discuss how the might help the widow and young family of one of their colleagues who had just died.

Covered play-sheds are provided for the children of either sex.

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The general effect of the building is striking and picturesque; the outline is much varied, with high-pitched roofs, dormers, and turrets.

The materials used are red bricks, with blue and white brick strings, ornamentally disposed, and dressings of Bath stone.

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(The hill on which the Schools stood subsequently acquired the name Russell Hill in honour of the charity's president.) They buildings were designed in a Venetian Gothic style by John George Bland of Birmingham, and the grounds were laid out by Sir Joseph Paxton.

The foundation stone for the scheme was laid on July 11th 1863 by the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII).

At the opposite end of the building is the mistress's room, in communication with the girls' schools, the matron's room being placed opposite a transverse corridor, leading to the kitchens, laundries, &c., the arrangement of the plan affords facility for the effectual supervision of each department by their respective heads.

The kitchen buildings form two sides of a quadrangle, having the dining-hail and girls' wing on the other two sides, the space thus enclosed being occupied by a large swimming-bath, with glass roof.

The Prince also opened the completed buildings on June 18th 1866, accompanied by the Prime Minister Earl Russell.

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