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    Heritage Open Day 2009

    This year's Heritage Open Day takes place on Sunday 13th September.

    This is a fantastic opportunity to explore King's Lynn's historic buildings. The town is in for a real treat with over 30 places of interest to see during the day, expect a bumper day of history and heritage!

    King's Lynn Civic Society working with English Heritage, the Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk, the King's Lynn Preservation Trust, the King's Lynn Town Guides and Friends groups have arranged a jam packed programme of open buildings some of which not normally open to the public.

    Special events on the day will include talks and exhibitions including "Poetry in Stitches" at All Saints Church. Meet Charles Darwin and Roger Lestrange! A civil war re-enactment will take place at Greenland Fishery and cannons will be fired from the Purfleet Quay at 11:30am and 2:30pm. Loud!

    FREE veteran bus will be stopping around the town at various heritage sites. So if some places seem too far to walk, then hop on the bus. A timetable can be found on the back of the programme.

    A guaranteed day of fun for all the family plus the chance to have a sneak peak at buildings not normally open to the public.

    The 2009 programme has been launched; pick up your copy from the Tourist Information Centre in the Custom House.
    Saturday, August 22, 2009

    Join our new Discount Club

    Would you like to save up to £800 a year on your utility bills? We have just become an Authorised Distributor for a fantastic service that offers unbeatable value!

    The Utility Warehouse Discount Club is already saving money for over a quarter of a million households and businesses throughout the UK on their home phone, mobile phone, broadband, gas and electricity. It's part of Telecom Plus PLC. a major UK company listed on the London Stock Exchange.

    You may not have heard of them before, as they don't advertise. Instead, they rely on people like us to spread the word about the great value and fantastic customer service they provide.

    And they're so confident you'll love what they can do for you, they won't tie you into a minimum term contract for most of their services. So you can try them out risk free!

    Interested? Then call Jane on 01553 763122, or visit our new website


    Monday, August 10, 2009

    New Business Directory

    Our new interactive Business Directory went live today.

    We are still working on listings, and experimenting with new features. If you would like to see how it's going then check out our New Business Directory.

    If you would like a free entry in our Business Directory, please contact us with your details.

    Sanctus bell baptised Gabriel

    On Wednesday 2nd July, Fr. Paul, the Rector of All Saints' Church, Hillington Square, 'baptised' and anointed a Sanctus bell which is to hang in the re-constructed bell-cote on the roof, at the east end of the nave of the church.

    The Service followed an ancient rite used for the blessing or consecration and naming of bells which are used in Christian worship. The bell was 'baptised' Gabriel (which means the voice of God), and following the ceremony he was raised to the bell-cote where he will be struck to announce the elevations of the Blessed Sacrament during the Mass and also to accompany the thrice daily recitation of the Angelus, which reminds us of Jesus Christ's incarnation.
    Monday, August 03, 2009

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