Bexley Boys’ Home

Bexley Boy’s Home

120 Kingsland Road

Bexley North



Provider: Salvation Army

Year Opened: 1915

Year Closed: 1979


Bexley Boys’ Home was a Salvation Army home. It started as a Probationary Home for Boys in 1915, taking boys referred from the courts. It then became a boys’ home in 1931.

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Bill’s story is powerful, sad, joyful and motivating all in one. Bill was a child in foster care. At a young age, he was separated from his twin sisters and placed in foster care and other institutions. Bill suffered abuse and trauma that no child should ever endure, and only at the age of 57, was he able to tell his story.