1886: Aldeburgh – Soup Kitchen

This movement, under the able superintendence of Mrs. Ferrand and Mrs. Foster, is working most satisfactorily. Some 60 or 70 quarts of really good soup are daily dispensed to the poor of Aldeburgh, and it is hoped the liberal assistance already given by the charitably disposed will be continued, so that the “kitchen” may be kept going for some weeks longer.

The Ipswich Journal, Thursday 25 February 1886

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