Excerpt from Brooke Herford: A Memoir This tendency received a marked impulse from an attachment to the Lower Mosley street schools, in Manchester, where an effort was being made to afford an education to children and young people, whose training had been neglected, and by social sympathy, to help those to whom religion was not a luxury, but a daily necessity. Not only were various classes formed for instruction, but a system of home-visiting was adopted, and a Home Visitor was appointed whose time was given to the demands of personal help and comfort in the district. This work was undertaken by Travers Madge, the son of Thomas Madge, minister of the Octagon Chapel, Norwich.
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