|Description||Correspondence and papers created and compiled as part of an investigation into the future of the Church Missionaries' Children's Home, Limpsfield 1908. Also referred to as the Limpsfield Home Enquiry Committee.|
A Special Committee was appointed by the General Committee 16 July 1907 'to look into the question whether the Limpsfield Home should be continued, or whether other arrangements could be made more satisfactory to Missionaries and effecting a saving of expenditure. And if the Home be continued, to investigate the arranegements and expenditure'. The headmaster, Reverend W. B. Tracy, was unwell and it was suggested that, to relieve the strain on him, the boys should stay only until 10 years old and then transfer to other evangelical schools.