web-archive-uk.com


Web directory, archive
Search web-archive-uk.com:


Find domain in archive system:
web-archive-uk.com » UK » H » HERITAGE-EXPLORER.CO.UK

Total: 1047

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Heritage Explorer - Images By Theme
    Gateway Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Chapel to former West Ham Union Workhouse Greater London click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites From the 1840s some Unions began to build separate chapels like this one It was not compulsory and finance was generally raised by voluntary contributions with inmates sometimes used as labour Copyright English Heritage NMR Mr Alan

    Original URL path: http://www.heritage-explorer.co.uk/web/he/imagebythemedetail.aspx?crit=&ctid=33&id=4658 (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Heritage Explorer - Images By Theme
    of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Countesthorpe Cottage Homes and School Countesthorpe Leicestershire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites From around the early 1900s children whose parents could not support them lived in cottage homes They were given a basic education boys were taught a trade and girls were trained to be servants They were generally found jobs when they

    Original URL path: http://www.heritage-explorer.co.uk/web/he/imagebythemedetail.aspx?crit=&ctid=33&id=4661 (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Heritage Explorer - Images By Theme
    of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Holy Trinity Almshouses Heath Town Wolverhampton click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites The tradition of almshouses continued alongside the workhouse system These almshouses were built around 1850 at the expense of a local benefactor and were closely associated with Holy Trinity Church They still provide sheltered housing today Copyright English Heritage NMR Mr D

    Original URL path: http://www.heritage-explorer.co.uk/web/he/imagebythemedetail.aspx?crit=&ctid=33&id=4660 (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Heritage Explorer - Images By Theme
    by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Originally a workhouse St James Hospital was built by Perkin and Backhouse of Leeds The Leeds New Workhouse was built to accomodate 800 persons at a cost of 32 000 The foundation stone was laid in 1858 and the building opened 28 03 1861 In common with many workhouses it later became part of the Leeds Township Infirmary which

    Original URL path: http://www.heritage-explorer.co.uk/web/he/imagebythemedetail.aspx?crit=&ctid=33&id=4524 (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Heritage Explorer - Images By Theme
    was built in 1865 1868 by the architect Leigh Hall It was to accommodate up to 1 500 inmates The building was delayed by 30 years after the formation of the Poor Law Union because of local political opposition The main object of the architect was to make the classification of the inmates as perfect as possible females to west males to east children of each sex in the corresponding

    Original URL path: http://www.heritage-explorer.co.uk/web/he/imagebythemedetail.aspx?crit=&ctid=33&id=4654 (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Heritage Explorer - Images By Theme
    Add to My Favourites English Heritage NMR Mr KM Walker LRPS Former Parish Poor House Upton on Severn Worcestershire In the late 1500s individual parishes became responsible for looking after their poor Each parish had an Overseer of the Poor to collect money from householders and distribute it to the needy This building was the parish Poor House 1763 1836 Add to My Favourites Copyright Crown copyright NMR Romsey Workhouse Romsey Hampshire Larger often purpose built poor houses or workhouses were built in the 1700s Some included training schools for children a hospital for the elderly and a house of correction where poor people were trained and made to work Originally built in 1774 this workhouse was subsequently enlarged in 1836 It is now used to provide sheltered housing Add to My Favourites Copyright Crown copyright NMR Former Workhouse Wootton Northamptonshire 1839 In 1834 the New Poor Law was introduced based on a system of Union workhouses serving collections of parishes and often built in isolated positions on the outskirts of towns The workhouses were designed to segregate different types of inmates in separate parts of the building Add to My Favourites Copyright Crown copyright NMR Union Workhouse Kirkbymoorside North Yorkshire This workhouse was built in 1850 After 1834 people were only offered support if they entered the workhouse Known as the Test this was supposed to stop people asking for relief unless they really needed it Add to My Favourites English Heritage NMR Mr Trevor Cowans Workhouse now St Albright s Hospital Colchester Essex Lexden and Winstree workhouse was built in 1837 to an approved plan This plan was like a wheel with a raised building at the hub centre to enable the masters and matrons to watch and supervise the inmates at all times particularly when outside in the exercise yards Add to My Favourites English Heritage NMR Mr Chris Pocock FRPS Workhouse now hospital High Street Purton North Wiltshire This workhouse built for Cricklade and Wootton Bassett Union in 1837 was a modest low cost building based on one of several off the peg models of workhouse provided by the central Poor Law Authority Add to My Favourites Reproduced by permission of English Heritage NMR Union Workhouse Northleach Gloucestershire The new Northleach Union workhouse was built at the east end of Northleach in 1836 The Poor Law Commissioners authorised an expenditure of 3 650 on construction of the building which was intended to accommodate up to 200 inmates Add to My Favourites English Heritage NMR Mr Alan Simpson LRPS Chapel to former West Ham Union Workhouse Greater London From the 1840s some Unions began to build separate chapels like this one It was not compulsory and finance was generally raised by voluntary contributions with inmates sometimes used as labour Add to My Favourites English Heritage NMR Mr Brian Arnold Countesthorpe Cottage Homes and School Countesthorpe Leicestershire From around the early 1900s children whose parents could not support them lived in cottage homes They were given a basic

    Original URL path: http://www.heritage-explorer.co.uk/web/he/imagebytheme.aspx?ctid=33&print=1 (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    100 AD and discovered in 1939 This is a detail of the mosaic floor in the audience chamber depicting Bellerophon riding Pegasus and spearing Chimaera Large Image Teachers Notes Roman Britain Worksheet Roman Remains Recording Whiteboard Activity Smart Roman Remains Whiteboard Activity Promethean Roman Remains Teaching Idea What can archaeological evidence tell us about Roman life Explain to pupils about evidence and the role of an archaeologist The worksheet above provides additional information on this topic Then ask pupils to look at the pictures in the Image by Theme collection called Roman Remains Ask pupils to choose 3 of the pictures that they think show evidence that the Romans settled in Britain after they had invaded Then ask them to present their choices in the chart provided see worksheet giving reasons for each choice This could then lead to a class discussion about their choices Learning Aims and Outcomes To select and record information about Roman ways of life To use the terms invade and settle To learn how evidence can tell you about Roman life To ask and answer questions about what survived from the Roman settlement of Britain To present information to show an understanding of the impact

    Original URL path: http://www.heritage-explorer.co.uk/web/he/teachingactivitiesdetail.aspx?crit=&ctid=60&id=1193 (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Heritage Explorer - Images By Theme
    to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This cutaway reconstruction drawing shows the entrance staircase to the Norman keep at the heart of the castle Dover Castle probably originated as a motte and bailey castle built after the Norman Conquest of 1066 It was transformed by King Henry II between 1179 and 1188 building the keep the walls of the inner bailey and parts of the outer curtain wall During the 15th century the castle was an administrative centre for the Cinque Ports By the 17th century Dover Castle had fallen into ruin Its small royal garrison was captured at the start of the Civil War and it was used from the 1680s to 1749 to hold French prisoners of war However from 1740 its decline was reversed Defences were strengthened and barracks built The most important changes took place during the Napoleonic Wars between 1793 and 1815 From the 1850s the castle was adapted to modern warfare The castle was rearmed in the 1870s and was used during World War I and World War II This property is now in the care of English Heritage 2010 Download the Dover Castle Teacher s Kit to find out more Take advantage

    Original URL path: http://www.heritage-explorer.co.uk/web/he/imagebythemedetail.aspx?crit=&ctid=34&id=2303 (2016-02-13)
    Open archived version from archive



  •  


web-archive-uk.com, 2017-12-15