welldoer

welldoer

(ˈwɛlˌduːə)
n
a moral person; someone who does good
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He also produced a newspaper called The Welldoer, highlighting the needs of the poor and the conditions in which they lived - leaving behind a valuable historic legacy of documents, reports and photographs.
When I was a boy, The League of Welldoers used to run a show here just after Christmas, called Pick of the Pantomimes, which brought in performers from pantomimes in Liverpool, Wirral and all over.
MUSIC: The League of Welldoers invites you to celebrate the New Year with a benefit concert featuring tributes to the legends of Las Vegas, from swing to The King, plus showgirls and bling.
And it is wrong when welldoers barge in from outside and fail to see these people and groups, or simply dismiss them.
He said he was thinking about opening up something so together we went to the League of Welldoers in Liverpool to see what they thought and they were right up for it.
MUSIC: Take a sentimental journey and enjoy an afternoon of the most popular sounds of years gone by at the 40s and 50s Favourites concert in aid of one of Liverpool's oldest independent charities, the League Of Welldoers.
The League of Welldoers New Year Benefit Show WHERE?
The evening is to mark the 115th anniversary of local charity the League of Welldoers, which normally holds two afternoon fundraisers each year.
Liverpool women on their way to the wash-house Picture: LEAGUE OF WELLDOERS ARCHIVE; Maria Francis
uk EVENTS TOMORROW League Of Welldoers New Year's Variety Benefit Concert Join the Welldoers for a special concert featuring eight top class entertainers, with something for everyone.
Now an exhibition is being prepared, for Liverpool's Washhouse Memories is to be held at the Lee Jones headquarters of the Liverpool League of Welldoers on Limekiln Lane, Vauxhall, on March 31.
uk League Of Welldoers Benefit Concert Afternoon of entertainment to celebrate the League of Welldoers' 120th year with the last of their benefit shows of 2013.