Plaque

Duchy of Cornwall almshouses

Erection date: 1914

Inscription

This building was erected in 1914 by HRH Edward Prince of Wales to provide accommodation for old tenants of the Duchy of Cornwall.

Site: Duchy of Cornwall almshouses (1 memorial)

SE11, Newburn Street, Woodstock Court

These building are just a small part of the Duchy of Cornwall's Manor of Kennington. Wikimapia has a map showing the extent. It was laid out in the early 20th Century to a high standard. Woodstock Court was designed by Stanley Davenport Adshead and Stanley Churchill Ramsay in 1914. 

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Duchy of Cornwall almshouses

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