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Amon Henry Wildshis father Amon Wilds and another architect, Charles Busbywere the most important builders and deers in Brighton's early 19th-century growth period: they worked tly or individually on dozens of residential, religious and secular buildings and developed Brighton's characteristic Regency style. Arthur Wagner curate and later vicar of St Paul's Church established a house on the town's Lewes Road to which prostitutes could be sent by police and doctors to be helped and rehabilitated.
Inafter George Wagner died, Arthur Wagner himself took over responsibility for the home, by way of the Community of tenacious tawnya Virgin Mary—a Brighton-based convent which he had founded. They renamed the institution St Mary's Home for Female Penitents, and expanded it further to take in all of Wykeham Terrace apart from s 6, 7 and Although conditions for the former prostitutes were strict, with regular surveillance, hard work and punishments for misbehaviour,  the institution was able to offer about 40 women proper healthcare, education, training brothwls domestic service adult massage medicine hat, and charitable help of various kinds.
The institution moved in part to Egremont Place in the Queen's Park area imand in its entirety to Rottingdean in The building provided for it there is now residential, but the community of nuns survives in Rottingdean, an outlying village which is now part of the city of Brighton and Hove.
The whole terrace was then bought by the Territorial Armyagain to provide housing for their brotehls. Squatters took over in the s, and the Territorial Army sold the building to a developer for refurbishment and conversion back to private houses and flats.
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