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Kingsley Hall, Frodsham, Cheshire

In 1886, the Waifs and Strays Society established a home for boys at Kingsley Hall, a large house on Hollow Lane, Kingsley, near Frodsham. The home was officially opened on 7th August of that year by the Bishop of Chester. The home could accommodate 40 boys aged from 8 to 12, an age group that at the time, was not well catered for in the Society's stock of homes.

Kingsley Hall, Frodsham, 2013. © Peter Higginbotham

The establishment closed in 1897 and the boys relocated to the new home at Tattenhall.

Kingsley Hall is now a private residence.


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