HC Deb 20 July 1925 vol 186 cc1842-3W

asked the Minister of Health if he can supply the number of cases of outdoor and indoor relief given by each board of guardians in the county of Durham in June, 1925?


The available information is given in the following statement:

Statement showing the average number of persons in receipt of indoor and out- door relief in each union wholly or partly within the administrative county of Durham during the month of June, 1925.

NOTE.—The figures exclude lunatics in county and borough asylums, persons in receipt of domiciliary medical relief only, and casuals.

Names of Unions. Average number of persons in receipt of:—
Indoor Relief. Outdoor Relief.
Unions wholly within the Administrative County—
Auckland 321 5,801
Chester-le-Street 248 6,418
Durham 250 4,845
Easington 211 2,483
Houghton-le-Spring 141 2,177
Lanchester 296 6,051
Sedgefield 51 1,683
Stockton 288 3,732
Weardale 36 302
Unions partly within the Administrative County—
Darlington 293 1,376
Gateshead 1,075 12,275
Hartlepool 593 2,330
South Shields 1,081 12,827
Sunderland 1,071 3,703
Teesdale 69 319

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