7 Park Hill
The Home of Rest for Convalescent Churchworkers, 7 Park Hill, was founded as a memorial to Elizabeth Carey (nee Sandeman) (d. 1891), wife of William Earle Biscoe of Holton Park. It was built by Joseph Cooper soon after her death. It took 9 guests each paying 7/6d per week in 1906. At one time, the matron was a Miss Parker.
In 1899 it is recorded in the Kelly Directory that the income for the benefit of the poor was about £36 (£30 in 1911) annually, and for the purposes of education £40-50 (£30 in 1911).