Page 15, 28th May 1937

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Page 15, 28th May 1937 — The Ampleforth Hostel

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The Ampleforth Hostel

The Ampleforth Hostel for working boys in London is now ready to receive boys working in London, at moderate terms. It is designed to assist boys from the Distressed and Special areas who come to London to take up jobs.

So far these facilities are not widely known. Parents should write for particulars to the Rev, P. Egerton, 0.S.13., B.A.; The Ampleforth Hostel, 15, St. Stephen's Square, London. W.2. Also. parish priests knowing of boys leaving their districts should advise them to apply.

The hostel consists of four houses, adjoining and inter-communicating, with every facility for games and with its own private chapel. Boys starting work in London under such auspices have the full benefit of Catholic surroundings.

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