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Eagle Claw Kung Fu Tuesday October 3rd 2017 - Thursday November 30th 2017 am Eagle Claw Kung Fu School UK 78 Portlock Road Maidenhead SL6 6DZ 8 week foundation course in Eagle Claw Kung Fu.
For men and women 18 learn a traditional, ancient style martial art passed down from the great masters.
What later became the Easthampstead Union workhouse incorporated a group of almshouses dating from 1826 at the south of St Mary Magdalen and St Michael's church in Easthampstead. of South Hill as also three hundred pounds were given by him to the parish of Easthampstead for ever in consideration of the land which he enclosed, with the consent of the Lord of the Manor, a Freeholder of the said parish in the year one thousand seven hundred and sixty.
The history of these buildings is told in a plaque on the front of the building: Easthampstead, 2000. These almshouses were Built in the name of William Watts Esq.
Its operation was overseen by an elected Board of Guardians, 10 in number, representing its 5 constituent parishes as listed below (figures in brackets indicate numbers of Guardians if more than one): Berkshire: Binfield (2), Easthampstead (2), Sandhurst (2), Warfield (2), Winkfield with Ascot (2). The population falling within the union at the 1831 census had been 6,980 — ranging from Easthampstead (population 647, and unusual in being the smallest parish in a Union bearing its name) to Binfield (2,145). He asserted that while he was in the infirmary, he had had to wear the same underclothing for six weeks without a change, that there was a shortage of soap, that no night nurse had been on duty since Christmas, and that the master had not carried out the regulations.
The average annual poor-rate expenditure for the period 1832-35 had been £2,700. A committee of inquiry was set up and found that the charges were without foundation.
In the early 1900s, the Easthampstead Union operated a cottage home for pauper children at Wokingham Road, Bracknell.