Next weekend (1 October) the Reading Room at Garston is hosting an event to celebrate its 150th anniversary.
Built as a venue for lectures and reading, the Reading Room became well known as the venue for the preliminary hearing in the trial of Florence Maybrick. She was accused of poisoning her husband Janes in 1889.
The building will be open for visitors on Saturday 1 October from 10 to 4. The event includes an exhibition, a craft sale and a victorian tea room selling refreshments (not sure if at Victorian prices!)
It costs 50p to get in (although accompanied children will get in free)
The Garston Reading Room is at the corner of Wellington Street and Chapel Road