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Hansa Day 2018 ~ In Pictures (Part 2)

Flag Parade passes Custom House Photo: Rob Colwell @WestNorfolkRob

Photo: Ben Fisher @benfishergeo

View from top of Clifton Tower. Photo: Ben Fisher @benfishergeo

Clifton Tower flying the Hanse Flag Photo: John Beck

DixieMix Photo: John Beck

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Hansa Day 2018 ~ In Pictures

All photos on this page, by courtesy of local photographer Jan Wilson

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King’s Lynn Library Events June 2018

For further information about events and to book please call 01553 772568

Regular weekly events

Just a cuppa – Mondays 2.30pm – 3.30pm

Baby bounce and rhyme – Mondays and Thursdays 10-10.30am

Colour yourself calm
– Tuesdays 10.30-12

Scrabble club – Wednesdays 10 – 12pm

Job Help – Fridays 2-5pm – Please book with Library staff.

Let’s talk – English conversation for speakers of other languages – Wednesday 2-3pm, Friday 6-7pm

Just a Cuppa – Every Saturday 11am-12 noon

Games Time – Every Saturday 2-4pm
Join us every Saturday afternoon for fun and games. Bring a friend and play some of the new games that we now have, including Trivial Pursuit, Mexican Train and Dobble!

Other Events

Read and Rabbit – Friday 1 st June 10.30am – 11.30am
This fun book group meets on the first Friday of the month. There is no set book and it is open to all readers. So come along make friends and talk about the books you love reading.

Trivial Pursuit -Thursday 7 th June 10am-12 noon
Come and join us for a lively game of Trivial Pursuit.

History Discussion Group – Wednesday 13 th June 2.30pm – 3.30pm
Enjoy History? Like to share and hear other people's thoughts and views? Then come to our discussion group on history's top issues.

Tune into Words – Thursday 14 th June 2.30pm-3.30pm
A monthly get together for all those who love listening to words….stories, poems. Plays or whatever !!!
Come along, listen and chat. Refreshments available.

Friday Night Book club– Friday 15 th June 6pm-7pm
Looking for a good read? Want to discuss books with others? Then join our monthly book group at King's Lynn Library which meets on the third Friday of the month at the library from 6-7pm

Knit and Knatter – Tuesday 19 th June 10 – 12pm
If you haven't picked up those needles for a while or want to learn, come along and join us for a knit and knatter.

Local History Club –Thursday 21 st June 10am – 12noon
Use the library's wide collection of resources. Photographs, school logs, books, newspaper cuttings and much, much more.

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King’s Lynn Hanse Festival 2018

Pirates, Knights, Music & Maritime Celebrations will be coming to King’s Lynn this May!

On Sunday 20th May 2018 the ancient port of King’s Lynn celebrates its past and present membership of the Hanseatic league, its maritime history, and the multinational make-up of the town today, with a day of parades, music, film and events.

The King’s Lynn Hanse Festival marks the start of the town’s festival season and is a celebration for everyone in and around King’s Lynn to get involved in. In particular, local community groups and schools are being asked to join the parade, carrying flags representing different countries. Local businesses are being invited to offer their services or provide sponsorship to ensure the day does justice to the town’s status as member of the Hanseatic League for over 700 years.

Local community groups, schools and business are encouraged to register their interest in getting involved as soon as possible by calling Gary Pooley at Steele Media on 01553 886388 or by going to:

The Festival will start at 10.30am with a Parade of Flags through the town, beginning in Tuesday Market Place, going along the High Street, past the Custom House and along the quay side to finish at the Hanse House.

A rowing race and Royal Regatta will take place on the Great Ouse, and a fanfare with music from local and international performers will take place along the South Quay, including East Anglian jazz band DixieMix, following on from their enormous success in last year’s FestivalToo Jazz Sunday. Bring deck chairs and dancing shoes!

The day will continue with numerous activities for children around the town including a Hanseatic Treasure Trail, a Rampage of Pirates, the opportunity to shop in the recreation of a Hanseatic Shop in the Hanse House. Meanwhile a Medieval Market will be trading in the Purfleet and the High Street, and performers, music and dancing groups will be performing throughout the town and on the stage in King’s Staithe Square.

Archive footage of King’s Lynn’s fishing, trading and sea going past will be screened in the Town Hall, whilst there will be talks and tours on King’s Lynn and its role as a founder member of the Hanseatic League over the centuries. Over the weekend other events will also take place including the concert, “A Heroic Golden Age”, performed by Norfolk Symphony Orchestra, at St. Nicholas’ Chapel on the evening of Saturday 19th.

The King’s Lynn Hanse Festival promises to be a fun-packed event to be enjoyed by the whole of West Norfolk and the perfect start to a summer of established festivals including King’s Lynn Festival and Festival Too, truly establishing King’s Lynn as a Festival Town.

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Grand East Anglia Run [GEAR 10K] 2018

Taking place on Sunday 6th May, this well-established run is being staged by Run For All in partnership with Alive Leisure and the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk.

This returning Run For All event has a truly scenic route, taking in the pretty town centre, the River Ouse pathway, The Walks as well as a number of iconic, historical buildings such as the Red Mount, the Custom House and Greyfriars Tower.

The varied and picturesque course will be complemented with musicians and dancers to help you enjoy the day. Spectators always line the route to create a marvellous atmosphere.

The Grand East Anglian Run takes place on Sun 6 May 2018, starting from the Tuesday Market Place, from 10 am to 2pm.

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Join us for the Freedom Parade in the RAF’s centenary year

Personnel from Royal Air Force Marham will exercise their Freedom of the Borough and parade through King’s Lynn on Thursday 3 May 2018, and the mayor is urging local residents to come along and support them.

Two flights of serving personnel will form the Freedom Parade, which will start at noon in the Tuesday Market Place, King’s Lynn. The parade will also include a Tornado flypast at noon.

The station was first granted the Freedom of the Borough in 1981. It allows personnel to march through the town with ‘bayonets fixed, colours flying and bands playing’. Today, the parade has become an opportunity for local people to show their support of the station and its personnel.

The parade has extra significance this year as it takes place in the RAF’s centenary year, as one of a season of events taking place around the country under the banner of “RAF100”. To mark this occasion, a variety of stands from RAF Marham will be set up in the Tuesday Market Place from 10:30am, for the public to view.

This year’s parade is also significant as it will be the last to include a flypast from Tornados. The aircraft has been strongly associated with RAF Marham for 39 years, and a flypast of a Tornado at the start of the parade will be a fitting way to bid them farewell, before they are replaced with F35 Lightnings next year.

Cllr Carol Bower, Mayor of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, said: “We have strong links with Royal Air Force Marham, established and deepened over many years, and we are extremely proud of them. The Freedom Parade celebrates those connections and expresses our gratitude to the men and women from RAF Marham for their service to our community. I’m delighted that taking part in this historic event will be one of my last duties as mayor, and I do hope lots of people join us on the Tuesday Market Place on Thursday 3 May and to show their support, and enjoy this magnificent spectacle.”

The Band of the Royal Air Force College Cranwell will march on to Tuesday Market Place with the RAF Marham personnel, carrying the standard of IX squadron, at 11:40am. Spectators are advised to arrive by 11:30am to get the best view.

The civic procession, led by the mayor’s staffbearer, swordbearer and macebearers, and including Mayor Cllr Carol Bower and her consort Simon Bower, RAF Marham’s Station Commander, the Deputy Lieutenant, the High Sheriff, and scroll-bearers, will proceed from the town hall along High Street and arrive at Tuesday Market Place just before noon. The mayor will be invited by the parade commander to inspect the two flights of personnel before addressing the parade.

RAF Marham Station Commander, Group Captain Ian Townsend, said: “I am very much looking forward to exercising RAF Marham’s Freedom of King’s Lynn at the parade on 3 May. We are exceptionally well supported by our local community and it is a great honour to be able to celebrate our Freedom of the Borough during the RAF’s centenary year.”

For security reasons, there will be some intermittent road closures in Tuesday Market Place and the junctions surrounding it, along with Page Stair Lane and Water Lane, from 8am on Thursday 3 May. The road around Tuesday Market Place will be closed for one hour from around 11:30 for the parade.

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Council announces 2018 Events Programme

The Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk has announced its programme of events for 2018.

Cllr Elizabeth Nockolds, deputy leader and cabinet member for Culture, Heritage and Health, said: “We’ve announced our programme of events for 2018 earlier than ever because we know everyone wants to get these dates in their diaries. Our established summer events all return, and two events that were successful additions last year are back: Mini Meet and the Hunstanton Soap Box Derby. We’ve already opened the entries for Mini Meet and Classic Car Day, such was the demand last year – visit our website now to book your place.

“I’m pleased that we’re making the announcement this close to Love West Norfolk Day on 14 February, because the free events the borough council puts on every year are something lots of people tell us they love about west Norfolk. Our events programme will be updated throughout the year, so keep an eye on the events page on our website, and our social media accounts”.

The events announced are:

12 & 13 May – Spring Plant & Craft Fair
Stalls, crafts and demonstrations perfect for all horticulturalists

20 May – Hanse Festival
A celebration of Lynn’s medieval trading and seafaring past

22 July – Forties Lynn
Activities all across the town centre explore life on the Home Front

5 August – Mods & Rockers
Scooter and motorbike enthusiasts gather for a look back at these 60s subcultures

11 & 12 August – Folk in the Town
Two days of free live folk, country and Americana performed by local bands

18 & 19 August – Hanseatic Ski Race
Motorboats race at 100mph along the Ouse, in this high-octane spectacle

26 August – Fairytales & Legends
This family favourite turns Lynn into a storybook wonderland

2 September – Mini Meet
The Tuesday Market Place fills with vintage and modern examples of this iconic car

16 September – Classic Car Day
This very popular event returns, as part of Heritage Open Day

23 September – Hunstanton Soapbox Derby
Homemade karts race along the streets of Hunstanton

2 November – Fawkes in The Walks
Lynn’s famous firework display

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Christmas lights switch-on 2017

King’s Lynn’s Christmas lights switch-on is an afternoon of festive fun from noon to 4:30pm on Sunday 26 November.

Christmas in King’s Lynn officially begins at noon, with street entertainers performing around the town centre.

Strolling around the town centre will be the festive fairy-tale princesses; back by popular demand after their phenomenal success at last year’s switch-on, and the stars of the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange pantomime.

Father Christmas will be in his grotto on New Conduit Street in the Vancouver Quarter, so any youngsters who’ve been good this year should make sure they pay him a visit!

From 3pm the main stage, hosted by KLFM, opens to fill the Tuesday Market Place with live entertainment, including local band DNA and a festive Motown tribute from The Fascinettes.

There will also be festive stalls, and funfair rides for the little ones, as part of this afternoon of fun for all the family.

From 4:30pm the movie princesses, the stars of Jack and the Beanstalk, and Father Christmas will join the KLFM DJs on the Tuesday Market Place stage.

The countdown will begin, and shortly after 4:30pm, King’s Lynn’s Christmas lights will be switched-on by the Mayor, Cllr Carol Bower, and her consort, Mr Simon Bower.

Cllr Elizabeth Nockolds, borough council deputy leader and cabinet member for Culture, Heritage and Health, said: “Our Christmas lights switch-on marks the start of a packed festive season for King’s Lynn. This afternoon of free family entertainment should get everyone in the Christmas spirit, and highlight what our town centre has to offer.”

After the lights switch-on, the ‘Free After Three’ parking promotion, courtesy of Discover King’s Lynn, begins on 30 November. Every Thursday until 21 December, you can park for free after 3pm in borough council car parks, making Christmas shopping in King’s Lynn easier than ever”.

Abbie Panks, Vancouver Quarter centre manager, added: “The Christmas light switch-on is one of the town’s most popular events, so whether you want to listen to some live music, check out the Light-Walkers or visit Father Christmas there will be something for everyone to enjoy.”

The switch-on event is organised by the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk and the Vancouver Quarter Shopping Centre.

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Fawkes in The Walks 2017

Fawkes in The Walks, King’s Lynn’s annual free firework display, returns on Friday 3 November.

Now in its ninth year, this highlight of the town’s winter events calendar promises to be just as impressive as always. Thousands of local residents, and visitors from near and far, will gather in Lynn’s beautiful park, The Walks, to see a traditional bonfire and a dazzling firework display.

The fun will begin at 6pm, when the park will be packed with stalls and rides. Cllr Carol Bower, the Mayor of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, will light the bonfire at 6:30pm, and the firework display is scheduled to begin at 8pm.

Cllr Elizabeth Nockolds, borough council deputy leader and cabinet member for Culture, Heritage and Health, said: “If you’ve started thinking about where to celebrate Bonfire Night, Friday 3 November is the date for your diary! Fawkes in The Walks is set to be as spectacular an event as usual, and I’d urge everyone to come along and join us. We’ve planned an amazing firework display for everyone to enjoy in a safe and controlled environment – don’t miss it!”

For the first time ever, Fawkes in The Walks will have its own Snapchat filter. Between 5pm and 9pm users can add the official filter to their snaps and let their friends know they’re enjoying the event! The borough council will also be sharing any snaps that are saved and posted to Twitter or Facebook with the hashtag #FawkesinTheWalks.

Fawkes in The Walks is organised by the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, and is free to attend. A voluntary collection will be made on the evening to help cover the cost of the event, and every donation is appreciated. Charges may be made for other activities.

Children under 12 should be accompanied by an adult.

People are advised not to bring pets to the park during the evening.
This is an organised display, and private fireworks are not permitted in The Walks.

Please do not bring firewood for the bonfire as this will not be accepted.

The entrance to The Walks from Seven Sisters/Extons Road will be closed on the evening from 7:45pm, and those planning to enter the park from that end are advised to use the Tennyson Avenue entrance instead.

The most convenient car park for the event is the St James’ multi-storey, and attendees are advised to use this.

Anyone planning to attend the event is advised to listen to 96.7 KLFM on the evening, as cancellation information, should it be necessary, will be announced there.

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Halloween Spooktacular

Families are being invited to get dressed up in their Halloween costumes and head to the heart of King’s Lynn on Tuesday 31 October for a Halloween spooktacular.

The Vancouver Quarter and the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk have once again teamed up to celebrate Halloween with a special trail around the town centre.

Between 3pm and 5.30pm, children and their parents should go to the Halloween HQ on the Tuesday Market Place, to collect a special Halloween map before making their way around the town centre collecting codewords from retailers as they go.

There will also be a photobooth situated in the Vancouver Quarter for youngsters to get photographed in their costumes in front of a spooky backdrop as well as street entertainment including two giant witches who are learning their craft, not always with the best results.

Those who complete the trail will be rewarded with a goodie bag on their arrival back at Halloween HQ. They will also being entered into a prize draw to win £200 to spend in the town on toys

Abbie Panks, Vancouver Quarter centre manager, said “This is one of the highlights of the year for the centre and we once again look forward to welcoming hundreds of children and their families to this year’s event.

“The event is so well supported every year and it’s a great opportunity for town centre businesses and attractions to work together to provide yet another fun and free event. And if that’s not enough, one lucky child will win £200 to spend on toys in the town.”

Organisers are also calling on families to carve a pumpkin and enter it into their competition as part of this event. Entries will need to be submitted to the Halloween HQ by 5pm on 31 October.

Councillor Elizabeth Nockolds, Cabinet Member for Culture, Heritage and Health, added: “This is another great, free event for King’s Lynn town centre, which follows on from our successful programme of events this summer.

“I hope many families will come into town and get into the ‘spirit’ of the occasion. We’re all looking forward to seeing the children and their parents dressed in the Halloween costumes. It’s a great way to have some Halloween fun, in a safe environment and to help support local high street retailers.”

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Free fun during the half-term at Lynn Museum!

On Tuesday 24th October Lynn Museum will be hosting a family event day to celebrate everything pre-historic! Join the team at Lynn Museum between 10.30am-1pm for a range of exciting activities to suit visitors of all ages.

The event will provide visitors with the opportunity to learn more about pre-historic life and the people who built the mysterious Seahenge. There will be a chance to handle real Stone Age, Bronze Age & Iron Age artefacts and meet a Bronze Age man who will discuss how the amazing monument might have been constructed over 4000 years ago.

Those wanting to get creative can learn the art of braiding, a common activity for people of the Bronze Age era. For anyone with a sweet tooth, come along and try to construct your own Seahenge with cake and chocolate.

As well as all these amazing activities there will be a family trail running from 21st October to 28th October, complete the trail to win a small spooky surprise.
This event is completely free, a brilliant way to entertain the family at the start of the half-term.

Lynn Museum is open from Tuesday – Saturday 10am-5pm
Free Admission

For further information contact:
Sophie Broomfield, Front of House Supervisor, Lynn Museum, 01553 775001,

For more details on upcoming events at the museum please visit or call 01553 775001.

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Heritage Skills Study Day Returns

New locations, guest speakers, behind-the-scenes tours and more…

On Saturday 14th October history and heritage enthusiasts are invited to go ‘behind the scenes’ and learn about some key buildings in King’s Lynn. Last year, the Heritage Skills Study Day was a great success, so this year it is back – bigger and better.

Starting at 10am at St Nicholas’ Chapel, the varied agenda includes visits to Greyfriars Tower, the Stone Hall and King’s Lynn Minster. Talks and tours will be delivered by experts including Susan Lee of Eskdale Restoration who will be demonstrating paint conservation techniques. Morning and afternoon tea, and a buffet lunch are all included. The day is due to end at 3:30pm.

All this is on offer for the amazing price of just £20 per person thanks to support from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

This is a fantastic opportunity to explore some unique historic buildings and learn about their care and restoration.

To book a place, please contact Steven King: or 01553 616892

This event is being delivered through the partnership of St Nicholas’ Chapel, Stories of Lynn and St Margaret’s Townscape Heritage Initiative, which are all supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

About St Nicholas’ Chapel, King’s Lynn

The largest Chapel of Ease in the country, St Nicholas’ Chapel in King’s Lynn was originally founded by William Turbe, the third Bishop of Norwich around 1140. The building we see today is mostly the result of a substantial re-building between the late 14th and early 15th centuries, with the sole exception of the tower which dates from around 1225, and was comprehensively reordered in 1852.

The chapel is in the care of The Churches Conservation Trust, the national charity saving historic churches at risk, and in September 2015, it was reopened following a £2.7m regeneration, in partnership with the Friends of St Nicholas’ Chapel and the Heritage Lottery Fund. Since reopening, the chapel has begun a new life as a cultural venue for events, concerts, fairs and exhibitions.

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About The Churches Conservation Trust

The Churches Conservation Trust is the national charity saving historic churches at risk, charged with protecting 347 beautiful church buildings which attract almost 2 million visitors a year. The Trust’s collection includes irreplaceable examples of architecture, archaeology and art from 1,000 years of English history.

The Trust is the operator of the third largest heritage estate in charitable ownership in the UK and has an international award-winning reputation in heritage conservation and regeneration. All churches in the care of The Churches Conservation Trust are listed, mostly Grade I and II*, and some are Scheduled Ancient Monuments.

Without the care of The Churches Conservation Trust, the buildings they look after might have disappeared entirely. Instead they are enjoyed as social, tourism, educational or cultural resources, kept open, in use, and living once again in the heart of communities. All the Trust’s churches remain consecrated and are used for occasional worship.

For more see

About the Heritage Lottery Fund

Thanks to National Lottery players, we invest money to help people across the UK explore, enjoy and protect the heritage they care about – from the archaeology under our feet to the historic parks and buildings we love, from precious memories and collections to rare wildlife. @heritagelottery @HLFEoE

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Baden Powell – last trips this year

On Saturday 14 October, King’s Lynn historic boat Baden Powell will be taking passengers on river trips for the last time this year.

The afternoon high tide on Saturday is 2.49pm, so the first trip will be at 1pm, and there will be other departures at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm.

But only if the weather is reasonable. Baden Powell is an open boat, so no fun in heavy rain or strong winds – as any fisherman will tell you.

The trips will start from the pontoons on the quayside. Eight passengers can be taken on each trip. There is no charge, but each passenger is asked to make a suggested donation to the King’s Lynn Worfolk Boat Trust of £10. And if they enjoy the experience they can leave tips in the bucket afterwards to help pay for the sails when they are fitted early next year.

Seats can be booked by phoning 07934 562909, or through Twitter or Facebook using ‘floatourboat17’.

Passengers will get a new perspective on the town’s waterfront before the full sailing programme begins in Spring next year.

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Deepdale Christmas Market 2017

Deepdale Christmas Market is a wonderful celebration of the festive season on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast. Dalegate Market, Deepdale Backpackers & Camping and St Mary’s Church welcome over 120 local artisans and producers to the little coastal village of Burnham Deepdale, creating one of the East of England’s largest festive markets in a tiny village of just 30 permanent residents.

Old favourites like Candi’s Chutney, James Buttifant’s penguins, Marsh Pig, Nelson & Norfolk Tea Company, Breckland Orchard, Cushion Cottage, Gourmet Brownies, Ollands Farm Foods, Boo Boutique, Norfolk Brewhouse, Bringing The Outside In, Holkham Forge, Lilac Nuseries and Reclaimed Time will be returning with their wonderful produce.

“I’m looking forward to welcoming many new additions this year, artisans like Oak & Antler, pud’Eng, Ferndale Cheeses, Marshes & Flint, Saffire Handmade Chocolates, Molten Aqua, St Elvan Mead and Unsimply Stitched. The full list of the 120+ stalls can be found on the website –”, said Estelle Townshend.

“Visitors will recognise the usual setup with a few major improvements for this ninth annual market. Regulars will know we adjust the stalls each year, so no tent is ever quite the same.” said Jason Borthwick

The Dalegate Tent in front of the shops, with various outside stalls around it, will remain as it has been in previous years. There’s plenty of space to sit, have a drink and recharge, and enjoy the live music.

St Mary’s Church will offer some high quality stalls, hot drinks and cakes in aid of the church building fund, and there will be live entertainment there too.

All the stalls have been booked for a few months, giving the artisans and producers time to prepare for the market. The entertainment programme is forming at the moment, as Jason Borthwick and Chris Haycock gather performers for the weekend.

Parking is free and as usual the Coasthopper buses will be stopping outside the door, so you can always leave the car at home.

The ninth Deepdale Christmas Market takes place on Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd December, open from 10am to 5pm each day.

Full details of the whole event are available on the website:

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King’s Lynn Heritage Day 2017

A wonderful FREE day out. 60 places of interest in King’s Lynn will open their doors to the public on Sunday.

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Lego Lynn is coming to town!

The Lego version of Trues Yard Cottages.

On Tuesday 1st August True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum is launching its Lego Lynn project. The Museum will be encouraging visitors to build some of the town’s iconic buildings, from the Custom House to the True’s Yard cottages.

Trues Yard Cottages

The Museum hopes that this will increase visitors’ appreciation for the town’s wonderful historic buildings, as well as being great fun!

King’s Lynn has a rich architectural legacy, with 300 listed buildings in the town. Figures from the town’s past include the Lynn born architect Henry Bell, who was responsible for designing the Duke’s Head and the Custom House, described by Nikolaus Pevsner in one of over 30 volumes on The Buildings of England as “one of the finest late [17th century] public buildings in provincial England”.

As Deputy Manager Rebecca Rees explains, “Lego is a classic children’s toy which appeals to all ages. We hope parents and grandparents will have fun helping children try to create some of Lynn’s buildings. Who knows, we might have the next Henry Bell!”

Lego Lynn will run from 1st August to 2nd September and is free with Museum admission. Visitors are encouraged to share their creations on social media using the hashtag #LegoLynn.

True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum is a community museum and heritage site which was officially opened in 1991. Its survival in the 1980s was due to the success campaign of Museum founder Pat Midgley, MBE, who was supported by the Northenders and Borough Council. The Museum is currently undertaking a Heritage Lottery Funded project to improve its archives and is coming to the end of its Silver Jubilee fundraising appeal.

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