Podcast Episode 60 l Kitty Wilkinson – The Saint of the Slums

Kitty Wilkinson
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Kitty Wilkinson became recognised during a cholera epidemic in 1832. She had the only boiler in her neighbourhood and allowed her neighbours to use it for one penny per week. She had quickly realised the importance of thoroughly cleaning infected clothing and linen to help stop the spread of cholera, thus saving many lives.

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Music: Moonrise by Chad Crouch – Instrumental from Free Music Archive.

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