11 Dec 1915, Poperinge-Ieper (Belgium). Name from an abbreviation of 'Talbot House'. Reborn 1920, London (UK), as a mouvement which quickly spread to other parts of UK and Commonwealth, USA and South America. Took over activities of U-XU2832 - Toc H Women's Association. Incorporated by Royal Charter, 14 Dec 1922, as Registered UK Charity: 211042. Name from an abbreviation of 'Talbot House'. As of 31 Jul 2008, ceased to exist.
Bring together people of different backgrounds and cultures to work together voluntarily for the good of the community; help people learn from their experiences by sharing their thoughts and feelings with each other and so to test the Christian way of life in a practical way.
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