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The Florrie is a beautifully restored Grade II listed Victorian building. It is uniquely distinguished by intricate terracotta brickwork and architectural merit. The Florrie was built in 1889 by Bernard Hall a West Indies merchant, Alderman and former Mayor of Liverpool. He built the Florence Institute in memory of his daughter Florence who tragically died at the age of 22.
The Florrie was originally built as a boys club to provide recreational activities. Through the dedication of the Florence Institute Trust the Florrie will once again be the social heart of south Liverpool, offering a diverse event programme in the arts and leisure activities.
Steeped in social and architectural history The Florrie is easily accessible from the City centre. Boasting a heritage resource centre and library visitors can explore the rich local history of the area.
The Florrie is an exceptional visitor attraction that is utilising its heritage to improve social development through education and recreation.
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