Condlyffe Almshouses, Leek, Staffordshire
The Condlyffe Almshouses were built in 1882 at a cost of about £4,000 left by Miss Elizabeth Condlyffe the last survivor of an old local family, who had given the site and also a farm at Upper Hulme, near Leek, during her lifetime for the endowment of the charity.
The Almshouses are arranged for eight inmates and the charity is managed by Governors and Trustees, appointed under the foundation deed made previous to the death of the foundress.
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