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Licensed Victuallers Asylum

View of the The Licensed Victuallers National Asylum (now Caroline Gardens) in 1830, an extensive almshouse estate off Old Kent Road at Asylum Road, opened in 1827. Its first patron was Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex who was followed by Prince Albert and Prince Edward. Date: 1875

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1827 1830 1875 Almshouse Asylum Augustus Caroline Estate Extensive Frederick Licensed Opened Patron Albert Victuallers


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This photograph, taken in 1875, offers a glimpse into the past of The Licensed Victuallers National Asylum, now known as Caroline Gardens, located off Old Kent Road at Asylum Road in London. Established in 1827, this extensive almshouse estate was a charitable institution designed to provide shelter, care, and support for the elderly and infirm members of the Licensed Victuallers Company, an organization that regulated public houses and inns in England. The first patron of the Asylum was Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex, who was followed by Prince Albert and Prince Edward. The institution was a significant undertaking, with the capacity to accommodate over 1,000 residents at its peak. The photograph shows the impressive scale of the estate, with its well-kept gardens, grand buildings, and winding paths. The Licensed Victuallers Asylum was a testament to the compassion and generosity of the time, providing a safe haven for those in need. Its residents were given a place to live out their final years with dignity and care, surrounded by a community of their peers. The estate remained in operation until the mid-20th century, and today, it stands as a reminder of the important role that charitable institutions played in the lives of the less fortunate in Victorian London.

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