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Childlink Adoption Society
Greater London
Previous Address(es):
 Church House, Westminster, Greater London, SW1; The Church House, 1 Bloomsbury Court, London, Greater London, WC1, (in the 1930's); 4a Bloomsbury Square, London, Greater London, WC1; 282 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London, Greater London, SW1; 10 Lion Yard, Tremadoc Road, London, Greater London, SW4 7NQ;
 Merged with PACT August 2010. Records have moved. Was originally the Cambridge branch of the National Adoption Society, which became the Adoption Society (or Adoption Society of the Church of England) when it split from the London branch in 1931. Then was known as the Church Adoption Society before becoming Childlink in 1990. Was the first adoption society after 1926 Act passed, about 1927.
Availability of Records:
Intact from 1945. Sketchy information 1939-45. Most pre-war records destroyed in Second World War, but incomplete index cards available.
Location of Records:
Records relating to Childlink are held by PACT and records relating to the National Adoption Society (Cambridge and London branches) are held by the LB Brent.
Link to:
Brent, London Borough ofParents and Children Together (PACT)
Sourced from the ASR Database

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British Association for Adoption and Fostering is a registered charity no. 275689 (England and Wales) and SC039337 (Scotland)
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Registered office at Saffron House, 6-10 Kirby Street, London EC1N 8TS (map)
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