Winchelsea workhouse, date unknown

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The town of Odiham stands

The town of Odiham stands on a chalky hill at about ft. The cost of repairing the walls was to be borne by the king. The man wears a long robe with loose sleeves and a girdle with purse and dagger. The windows of the south aisle, two in the south wall and one in the west, are all alike, and have each four plain lights with plain, unfoiled vertical tracery, the internal splays being old. The property survived until when it was demolished after being condemned by the Battle Rural District Council.

Glossop workhouse women's uniforms. Near the south jamb of the east window of this chapel is an octagonal image bracket, and a number of brasses and monuments have been collected from various parts of the church and placed here.

Beckley, Icklesham, Playden, and Udimore also had workhouses in operation in the early s. The new Glossop Board of Guardians took over the recently built Township workhouse whose location and layout can be seen on the map below.

The palisades around the tower were at the same time renewed. The capitals of the pilasters are of cut brick or perhaps terra cotta. Former parish workhouses at Beckley, Brede, Icklesham, Playden, Udimore and Winchelsea were sold off in the late s. The main house is of the time of Queen Anne, of red brick and stone. In the wardenship of the castle was granted to Stephen Langton, Archbishop of Canterbury.

The cost of repairing the walls

Female accommodation was at the east, and male at the west. Lionel Phillips of Tylney Hall, having probably been purchased by him in at the same time as Tylney Hall.