Albert Mansbridge CH
(1876-1952)

Died aged c. 76

Albert Mansbridge, CH (10 January 1876, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England – 22 August 1952, Torquay, Devon) was an English educator who was one of the pioneers of adult education in Britain. He is best known for his part in co-founding the Workers' Educational Association (WEA) in England in 1903, serving as its first secretary until 1915.

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Albert Mansbridge 1876-1952 founder of the Workers' Educational Association lived here

198 Windsor Road, Ilford, London, United Kingdom where they lived