The Workhouse at Southwell | Millie Thom

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  1. Thank you for linking to my post, and apologies for not catching the notification earlier. My blog is is ‘in stasis’ at the moment while I finish my novel. I found the visit to Southwell workhouse a very moving experience. The hardships faced by the poorest people in society cannot fail to arouse sadness and sympathy. I’ll have a browse through some of your posts as soon as I get a moment, but I’m guessing you are concerned with the rights of the poor and all that entails – wages, health care etc. I’ll look forward to following more closely as soon as I can.


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