By Celia Bloor - 17th April 2012 7:04am
Audlem has no almshouses, probably because there was never a strong resident Lord of the Manor.
Malpas, however, has almshouses and also some of the earliest 'council' houses in the country. Now called 'social' housing, when were Audlem's first ones built?
David Hayns is a ever popular speaker and will present his research and slides on housing in Malpas this Thursday, April 19th, in the Scout and Guide Hall at 7.30pm. All welcome, visitors £2. Refreshments provided.
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