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Almshouse Charities under LEAP management

LEAP manages the following almshouse charities:

 
     Loughton Almshouse Charity (also known as Mrs Whitaker’s after the lady who gave the money to build these cottages)
  • Charity reg no: 284248 (founded 1826). 
  • 4 properties for poor persons who are inhabitants of Loughton, Essex   

   
HODDESDON COTTAGE HOMES FOR THE AGED POOR
better known as Queen Victoria Cottages - Hoddesdon 
  • Charity reg no: 210209 (founded 1897). 
  • 4 bedsits for aged poor persons living in Hoddesdon, such persons can be of either sex.


    

    Dr West Memorial Home [Hoddesdon]
  • Charity No.214529
  • For AGED PERSONS LIVING IN HODDESDON WHOM THE TRUSTEES SHALL CONSIDER TO BE THE MOST DESERVING OBJECTS OF THE CHARITY, SUCH RESIDENTS MAY BE OF EITHER SEX BUT WITH A PREFERENCE FOR A MARRIED COUPLE

 
      
      Miss Rutlands Almshouses
  • 4 dwellings in Church Hill Hempstead Essex
  • Charity No. 261416 (founded Feb 1871)
  • For aged persons who are poor, invalid or infirm and are resident in Hempstead.  If there is no suitably qualified applicant, a person resident in an adjoining parish who is otherwise duly qualified may be considered.
 
     
       Nethaniah Home for the Aged
  • 4 dwellings in Luther Road Ipswich
  • Charity No. 211506 (founded 1906)
  • For: deserving persons of either sex from Ipswich and being also either aged persons or persons completely and permanently physically disabled.  Two shall be parishioners and communicants at the Parish Church of the Ecclesiastical Parish called the Unity Parish of St Mary Stoke with St Peter and St Mary Quay, Ipswich and shall be nominated by the Rector of the said Ecclesiastical Parish.

 
     
      Sprowston War Memorial Cottages
  • 2 bungalows on the Sprowston Road, Norwich
  • Charity No. 208357
  • For poor persons resident in Diocese of Norwich.
 
   
   John Gilders & Maskell Almshouse Charity

  • 2 bungalows in St Osyth Road, Clacton
  • Charity No. 1070454
  • For aged persons in need of housing who have previously lived in Clacton 

 

 
     
      Springfield Green Almshouses
  • 2 bungalows for people of good character from the parish of Springfield Green
  • Located on Springfield Green, Chelmsford
  • Charity number 227436   
 
Springfield Green Almshouses

 
      Writtle Almshouses Charity
  • 3 cottages in Love's Walk by Writtle Church
  • Charity no. 276582
  • For people in need of a home who have been living in Writtle.



 
Writtle almshouses
 

       Chelmsford Almshouse Charity

  •    Registered charity number 210698
  •     Six flats for local people
  •     At Roman Place, Roman Road, Chelmsford
 
Flats at Roman Road, Chelmsford

     
      Copland Almshouse Charity

  •   Charity No. 226757 (founded in 1899)
  •   For people who are resident in Broomfield.
  •   4 dwellings in School Lane, Broomfield, Chelmsford, Essex.  
 
The Copland almshouses

 
      Brightlingsea Santiago Almshouse Charity
  •   Registered charity number 218050
  • The Trust dates back to a Charity known as the Fund for the Relief of the Bereaved founded by the deed dated 17 May 1884, and a Deed of Gift dated 28 January 1899, following the loss of 19 seamen in the ‘great gale’ in the North Sea in 1883.
  • The beneficial group that the charity aims to assist, under the terms of the Charity scheme, are for six of the almshouses, poor people resident in Brightlingsea who either (a) have physical or learning difficulties, or (b) are elderly and for the remaining two almshouses, poor women resident in Brightlingsea, with a preference for widows of seamen.
 


Brightlingsea Santago Almshouses
  
  

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