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Dating county clare

A two-storey entrance block originally stood at the west of the site. Falmouth remains of entrance archway from the west, 2001. The main accommodation range was an E-shaped layout, three storeys high.

In 1871, a small block containing infectious wards was erected at the north-east corner of the site at a cost of £500.

In 1894, the British Medical Journal set up a "commission" to investigate conditions in provincial workhouses and their infirmaries. If a doctor was needed at night, he was fetched by a messenger on foot — a distance of nearly two miles into Falmouth.

Mylor had a workhouse on Lemon Hill at Mylor Bridge dating from 1827. Falmouth Poor Law Union was formed on 13th June 1837.

The captain, who broke his hand earlier in the week, is likely to head to Dubai. It’s just a pity that this is when Tipp are driving on, it’s a pity we didn’t do it seven years ago.

In 2001, the former workhouse buildings were lying disused but have now been demolished and the site is being redeveloped as a housing estate.

By the 1920s, the union was operating a children's home at 11 Clare Terrace, Falmouth.

The new Falmouth Union workhouse was built in 1850-52 at Budock, about two miles to the north-west of Falmouth, at the east side of what is now Union Road.