There is no gate to Alms House
, which is supposed to be a comfort zone for ageing citizens in their sunset years, and this has exposed them to dangers and insecurity lurking around the noisy and messy neighbourhood.The stinking and congested drainage rings the facility and is now a breeding ground for mosquitoes that terrorise the senior citizens.
Mustafa Al Sayed as a member of the Egyptian Zakat and Alms House
to benefit from his administrative expertise gained in running the RCO's humanitarian and charitable projects in Bahrain and abroad.
"The public park is framed by Georgian alms houses
and Quayside warehouses.
Nasser Fouad secretary-general of Egypt's Zakat and Alms House
, Egyptian Assistant Health Minister Dr.
The exhibition contains historical artefacts from the Holy Jesus Hospital in Newcastle, which served as an alms house
and soup kitchen to the poor and disadvantaged in the middle ages.
Burns found "a truancy law straight out of `Oliver Twist'" passed in 1879, by which any "miscreant would be sent to the Monson Alms House
," or some other place of "confinement, instruction, and discipline."
The disabled and elderly residents in the Widows Alms House
on Nicholas Street complained of sleepless nights because of rowdy revellers.
Also named in the report was the St John's Hospital Trust, which runs an alms house
in Lichfield, the Abbeyfield Society Ltd, which runs sheltered housing in Worcester, the Warwickshire Masonic Charitable Association and the Hereford Society for Aiding the Industrious.
They range from alms house
style bungalows, built around a courtyard garden, priced from pounds 75,995 for two bedrooms, to large, detached family homes.
Thursday a number of Kuwaiti Bait Al-Zakat (the Alms House
Another star attraction may be a substantial Victorian Grade II listed Alms House
property in Handsworth which provided supervised units for older couples and singles until recently.
Before that, the 17th century building was used as an alms house
for wounded soldiers returning from World War One.