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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.

In the 1770s, Winkfield had a parish workhouse able to accommodate up to 40 inmates.

Easthampstead Poor Law Union was formed on 27th July 1835. In 1928, James Wilder, 61, an inmate of the institution for more than six years, made a series of charges against the workhouse officials.

In the early 1900s, the Easthampstead Union operated a cottage home for pauper children at Wokingham Road, Bracknell.

In around 1925, the home moved to new premises at 76 Binfield Road, Bracknell.

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