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The union operated children's cottage homes at Alderman's Drive and at Midland Road, Peterborough.

In 1924, Aldermans' drive housed up to 10 children, with Miss M. Midland Road could accommodate 22 children who were in the care Miss A.

with the dining hall and kitchens at the centre rear.It was designed by Bryan Browning who was also the architect of the Lincolnshire workhouses at Bourne and Spalding and Stamford.His design for Peterborough was based on the popular cruciform layout.The population falling within the Union at the 1831 census had been 20,934 — with its parishes ranging in size from Washingley (population 31) to Peterborough St John the Baptist (5,511).The average annual poor-rate expenditure for the period 1833-5 had been £9,720 or 9s.3d. A new Peterborough Union workhouse was erected in 1836 to the north side of Thorpe Road in Peterborough.A parliamentary Report of 1777 recorded Peterborough City and Hamlets as having a workhouse with accommodation for up to 110 inmates.Also listed were parish workhouses at Werrington (up to 14 inmates) and Yaxley (21). The Peterborough Poor Law Union formally came into being on 3rd December 1835.There is also an amateur boxing club, squash courts and skittle alley.Newport is well served by public transport, therefore getting around is easy and convenient.Shipbuilding and pottery were important industries in Newport during the 19th century but these gave way to manufacturing industries in the 20th century.Newport offers shopping centres and arcades (including a pedestrianised city centre), museums, a theatre and arts centre (Riverside Arts Centre), restaurants, pubs, clubs and nightclubs (including live music venues), parks and playing fields as well as sport and leisure facilities – golf (Celtic Manor is nearby), cycling (including the Wales National Velodrome), baseball (Newport is one of only three cities in the UK where baseball is still played), clay pigeon shooting (excellent facilities at Treetops Shooting Ground), football (Newport County and other teams) and rugby (Newport RFC, Newport Gwent Dragons) feature prominently in the city.