Special British Home Children dedication

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Truro Mayor Bill Mills, left, offered a tribute to about 30 people gathered in Victoria Park on Saturday afternoon in honour the British Home Children

About 30 people gathered in Victoria Park on Saturday for a special dedication ceremony. 

Just past the bridge off the main path now sits The Middlemore British Home Children bench and an oak tree behind it as a reminder and dedication to British Home Children and their descendants. The bench was ordered through the town’s parks recreation and recreation department. Monique Chiasson – Truro Daily News

Organizations: The Middlemore British Home Children, Truro Daily News

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  • Moira Taylor
    December 15, 2013 - 12:59

    Lovely story. My grandpa and his brother were taken by Middlemore Homes in 1896. His brother stayed and my grandpa returned to Birmingham in 1901. It's good to know they haven't been forgotten.

  • H and T Hyde
    October 21, 2013 - 11:57

    a lovely tribute and thank you for sending the link to UK

  • Fred Hill
    October 20, 2013 - 19:05

    Thanks to my brother Bill for sending this article regarding the British Home People.

  • Catherine West
    October 20, 2013 - 11:55

    Thank you to Monique and the Truro Daily News for covering this event. It was an important part of the 11th. annual reunion of our association.