The Rev. EDWIN DAVIES , Vicar of Charles Church, appealing on behalf of Hampton
Hampton House Home represents one of the oldest attempts at religious and social welfare in the Three Towns. It was founded in 1811 by the Rev. Robert Hawker , the famous Vicar of Charles. For a period of one hundred and seventeen years it has offered a home life to women ; careful religious instruction and constructive training designed to give them a fresh start in life. At the present time, owing to lack of voluntary contributions, the committee is reluctantly compelled to limit admissions to the home. Financial assistance is therefore urgently needed and contributions should bo sent to [address removed]
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