Almshouses built in the Medieval period to provide shelter for the poor people of the parish. They were enlarged in the 16th century, and continue to offer housing in the 21st century. They are situated in Church Street, Stratford upon Avon.
The site of Butlins Almshouses, houses built during the Imperial period for poor people to live in. These almshouses were subsequently knocked down and replaced by new houses in 1905. They are situated in Stephen Street, Rugby.
Range of 17th century cottages found along the north side of the Market Place.
Almshouses at Saltisford, formed in 17th century destroyed in late 1960's. Site lies just west of the old St Michael's Chapel and 25 meters southwest of the old leper hospital.
The site of almshouses, houses built for poor people to live in, dating to the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. Several of the almshouses were converted from a building that was the original Rugby School. The almshouses were located in Church Street, Rugby.
A cottage, subsequently subdivided, and associated land was purchased with a bequest from the Birds for the poor of Rowington, in 1669. The cottage was condemned and demolished in the 1960s.
The site of Post Medieval almshouses, houses built for poor people to live in. The almshouses have also been referred to as a hospital. They were situated to the south of All Saints Church, Bedworth.
18th century almshouses located where Albert Street meets Saltisford, to the west of Saltisford Evangelical Church.