This online talk is led by the author of 'Famous Last Words'.
"The brutal M**der of a watchman at the Ouseburn Pottery Works in the winter of 1816, incited great interest in the locality. It would eventually culminate in the trial and execution of Charles Smith. As his life ebbed away on the end of a noose on the Town Moor, the macabre masses in attendance were happy to see justice prevail. But was Smith even guilty of the crime?"
Led by Chris Wood
Book your place to attend here: https://www.ouseburntrust.org.uk/ouseburn-talks-online
ABOUT OUSEBURN TALKS ONLINE
After a sell-out Tuesday Talks programme in 2019, the Ouseburn Trust brings you another season of fantastic events all about the wonderful Ouseburn Valley! However, with the ever-changing situation we're all finding ourselves in, our talks will be available exclusively online.
On those cold and dark winter evenings, snuggle up with your beverage of choice and immerse yourself in all things Ouseburn!
Talks are £3 to attend with all proceeds going directly to the Ouseburn Trust, a charity working towards a vibrant, diverse & sustainable future for the Ouseburn Valley.
View the full programme and book: https://www.ouseburntrust.org.uk/ouseburn-talks-online