The talks cover a variety of local history subjects from ‘Historical Crimes of King’s Lynn’, to ‘Wisbech Born: Octavia Hill (1838-1912)’ and the intriguing ‘The £6,000,000 Corpse: The ‘Forgotten Treasure’ of Hardwick Road Cemetery’.
The talks programme is part of a series of events connected with the Museum’s Pat Midgley Research Centre, which received Heritage Lottery Funding last year. Facilities for local and family history research include a reference library, archive rooms, a reading room and the town’s only Sound Archive.
Dr Paul Richards
Lynn & The Importance of King John (1216-2016)
Dr Julian Litten
The £6,000,000 Corpse: The ‘Forgotten Treasure’ of Hardwick Road Cemetery
Historical Crimes of King’s Lynn
Peter Clayton MBE
Wisbech Born: Octavia Hill (1838-1912)
“A Load of Royal Air Force Blue Bull” RAF Marham since World War II
New Town, New River, Bishop Herbert & The Origins of Lynn
Churches & Chapels in the Landscape 1500-2016
Study of West Norfolk in Old Picture Postcards
For more information contact the Museum on 01553 770479 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.