|Inmates were read prayers morning and evening and attended church twice on Sunday. In some workhouses, a dining or day room originally served as a chapel. Later on, proper chapel buildings were often erected. Like the workhouse itself, chapels usually had separate sections and - like this one at Tonbridge - separate entrances for males and females.|
Tonbridge, 2000 © Peter Higginbotham
Unless otherwise indicated, this page () is copyright Peter Higginbotham. Contents may not be reproduced without permission.