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Dr Kate Bradley is Lecturer in Social History and Social Policy at the University of Kent and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Her book ‘Poverty, Philanthropy and the State: Charities and the Working Classes in London, 1918-1979’ was published in 2009 by Manchester University Press. She is a former VAHS committee member. You can browse her blog contributions below.

The Hoxton Cafe Project: Following the fault lines of community, welfare and perception

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Kate Bradley, University of Kent VAHS Seminar, 24 October 2011 The Hoxton Cafe Project operated in Hoxton in London’s East End between 1962 and 1970.  It was a detached youth work project, the purpose of which was to reach out … Continue reading

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