Appeal on behalf of the Blind Institution, Manor Lodge, Devonport, by Mr. SOLOMON STEPHENS.
The Home for the Blind at Manor Lodge,
Devonport, was founded in 1860 with the object of maintaining adult blind persons who, owing to age and infirmity, were incapable of work and in need of comfortable accommodation.
The residents of the Home are now sixty-two m number. They have the benefit of religious services, social evenings, gramophone recitals and wireless. In order to cater still further for their needs, the Committee is shortly disposing of the Manor Lodge for better accommodation. This, however, will entail considerable expense, and practical help i urgently needed from all interested listeners.
Contributions should bo sent to Mr. Solomon Stephens , [address removed]