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Shrewsbury House Auxiliary Home for Boys for Protestant Reformatories, Liverpool, Lancashire

In April 1, 1908, the Shrewsbury House Boys' Auxiliary Home for Protestant Reformatories was opened in premises at Portland Place, Roscommon Street, Liverpool. It provided accommodation for up to 20 boys making the transition from institutional care to independent life, working for local employers.

The home was closed on July 13th, 1914. The property is now known as Beacon House.


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