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Nasser Fouad the secretary-general of Egypt's Zakat and Alms House has expressed his sincere gratitude and appreciation to His Majesty the King for extending the hands of giving for the benefit of people through supporting such leading humanitarian projects, lauding the Kingdom's sustainable strategic development projects.
Mr Hackett said: "The Rhodes Alms Houses in Soho Road, Handsworth (Lot 75) come under the hammer with a guide price of pounds 300,000 to pounds 350,000 which makes them a good investment proposition.
The Hosyer's Alms Houses in Castle Street, Ludlow were originally built in 1482 as part of the Hospital of St John the Evangelist, founded by John Hosier.
The alms house is one of the few building gems that Birmingham has and the ornamental railings were an integral part of the building's original design.
Although entry was free, participants were invited to obtain as much sponsorship as possible, with all proceeds being shared between Marie Curie Cancer Care, ChildLine, and Berrow Cottage Homes, the alms house charity based in Knowle.
ANN EVANS visits a woman whose beautiful alms house, a stone's throw from the busy ringway, boasts a garden full of scented flowers and a wall steeped in history
Tenders are invited for planned alterations and renovations to the alms houses on the youghal road leaving tallow which involve a considerable amount of internal and external works to the property which is currently made up of 6 units and being converted to 4 units.
uk/e/lock-upopen-day-tickets-37242165319 THE QUADRANGLE 214 Mary Vale Road, Bournville, B30 2DH These alms houses were built in 1897 for Bournville co-founder Richard Cadbury in a bid to provide homes for retired Cadbury workers.
Diana then took a tour round a modern development of alms houses.
The monument is also the starting point of a 7pm tour on May 20 called Is there a Doctor in the House, which will uncover areas linked to the medical profession such as medieval alms houses and beginnings of the medical school; and a Burt and Erick walk, at 7pm on May 27, looking at parts of the city rarely seen, such as behind the shops and office blocks of Northumberland Street.
Part of his share of the profits from "Gandhi" went to organisations like the Save the Children Fund and Gandhi's own ashrams, or alms houses, in India.