There was a very good turnout for the St Nicholas chapel Festival of Angels over the weekend.
The Chapel was filled with dozens of life-sized angels, produced by local organisations.
The event was raising funds for essential work to the Chapel, that will cost of £1.7 million to complete.
The Churches Conservation Trust and Friends of St Nicholas Chapel are working together to raise a minimum pf £200,000 in order to secure a grant of £1.5 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund to complete the work.
Raising the money will enable re-roofing of the Chapel, preserving the endangered carved angels beneath it, installation of a kitchenette and toilet facilities to draw in new visitors and develop new visitor information to allow the fascinating stories and history of St Nicholas to live on for future generations.
You can make a donation to the appeal by visiting www.visitchurches.org.uk/kingslynn