Hospital of St Cross & Almshouse of Noble Poverty Winchester Hampshire England 2009. The term "Hospital" has the same origin as "hospitality" and for over 850 years St Cross has provided food and shelter to people in need. It has been home to the Master and Brethren of St Cross since medieval times and today visitors can still receive the Wayfarer's Dole (a small beaker of beer and a morsel of bread).
HOSPITAL OF ST CROSS WINCHESTER WAYFAIRERS DOLE photo photographs images ENGLAND
Hospital of St Cross & Almshouse of Noble Poverty Winchester Hampshire England 2009. The term "Hospital" has the same origin as "hospitality" and for over 850 years St Cross has provided food and shelter to people in need. It has been home to the Master and Brethren of St Cross since medieval times and today visitors can still receive the Wayfarer's Dole (a small beaker of beer and a morsel of bread).

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Date: 15 Jul 2009
Location: Winchester Hampshire, UK
Credit: HOMER SYKES
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