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The population falling within the Union at the 1831 census had been 17,931 — ranging from Dodington (population 113) to Hawkesbury (2,182) and Chipping Sodbury itself (1,306).
The average annual poor-rate expenditure for the period 1833-35 had been £8,921 or 9s.11d. The new Chipping Sodbury Board of Guardians had their first meeting at Chipping Sodbury Town Hall on 31st March 1836.
So when Wendy Morris and I designed our studies of the stereotyping of single people, we thought the single women would be singled out for special disparagement.
They were disparaged all right, but so were the single men - and usually to about the same degree.
When I was preparing to write Singled Out, I wanted to study the stacks of scientific studies based on thousands of people who filled out questionnaires. I wanted to read rich and textured accounts based on in-depth interviews of single people who talked for hours about their lives, sometimes over the course of many years.
Books like that about single women are not hard to find, and they have been around for decades.
To the sides would have been the porter's lodge, waiting rooms, receiving wards, and Guardians' board-room.
Chipping Sodbury general view from the north-east, 2001. Chipping Sodbury entrance block from the north, 2001. To the rear was the main accommodation block with separate accommodation for the various classes of inmates. Chipping Sodbury infirmary block from the south-west, 2001. Various additions were made to the buildings over the years.
The builder appointed for the project was James Chappell of Bath.
The building contract for £2,090 stipulated that the exterior of the new building was to be completed by 20th August 1839, and the interior by 25th March 1840.
The architects for the new building were the partnership of George Gilbert Scott and William Bonython Moffatt.