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Pay for an hour – park all day!

parking pay here sign

Sunday visitors to King’s Lynn will be able to park all day for the cost of an hour.

Super Sundays is the latest ‘Just the Ticket’ promotion designed to support the towns economy by encouraging visitors into town at quiet times. Motorists will still need to enter their car registration number into the ticket machines in the normal way to obtain a valid ticket.

The offer runs from 1st -29th September in all King’s Lynn pay-and-display car parks owned and operated by the Borough Council. Motorists will be able to pay £1.40 to park until midnight on Sundays. Overnight parking (from midnight ‘til 8am the following morning) is subject to the standard £1 fee.

Super Sunday follows Free after Three on Wednesdays which ran throughout the school summer holidays and enabled people to park for free between 3 pm and midnight during this period. This offer expired on 4 September.

£100,000 has been set aside by the Borough Council to offer visitors to King’s Lynn a series of car parking promotions, and further promotions will be offered as the year progresses.

 

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Free parking ~ Just The Ticket this summer

parking pay here sign

Motorists will be able to park for free after 3 pm on Wednesday afternoons in King’s Lynn during the summer holidays under a new scheme launched by the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk.

The Free after Three parking promotion is one of a series of Just the Ticket parking promotions designed to support the local economy by encouraging people into the town at customarily quiet times.

Cllr Elizabeth Nockolds, Cabinet Member for Health and Wellbeing, said: “The idea was originally proposed during our Let’s Talk Shop events last year, when it was suggested that something should be done about parking to encourage visitors to the town.

“We now have new car parking machines in place that allow us to make such promotions available, and enable us to collate data so that we can see how successful they have been. People will still need to get a ticket by putting in their vehicle registration number – they just won’t need to pay if it’s between 3 pm and midnight on a Wednesday in the school holidays.”

Council officers have spoken with members of the Town Centre Partnership and the King’s Lynn Bid and the proposals have received support.

Cllr Nockolds added: “Free after Three is the first in a series of parking promotions that we have under consideration. We have set aside a budget of £100,000 to support these promotions, so once we start to get data back and can see how successful each initiative is, we can look at how we may be able to assist in the future.”

The Free after Three parking will start on Wednesday 31 July 2013 and take place every Wednesday up to, and including, Wednesday 4 September. It will mean that motorists can park free of charge between 3 pm and midnight during this period. The ticket will expire at midnight on Wednesday so anyone wishing to stay overnight (between midnight and 8 am) will need to pay the standard overnight parking fee of £1. To do this, if arriving after 3 pm, motorists will simply need to insert £1 after they have entered their registration number into the ticket machine. Instructions are printed on the car parking ticket machines.

The promotion applies to all council-run surface car parks in King’s Lynn, but not the multi-storey car park. All participating car parks will display a Just the Ticket notice. Motorists will need to display a valid ticket by entering their registration number into the parking machines.

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Sue Ryder opens third shop

Sue Ryder

Sue Ryder opened their third appeal shop in Kings Lynn on Saturday. The deputy Mayor and his wife opened the shop and stayed to talk to staff and customers.

All the profits from the new appeal shop in Broad Street will go directly towards raising £6 million to build a new hospice at Thorpe Hall in Peterborough.

The purpose built hospice will aim at making Thorpe Hall a centre for excellence in palliative care, providing outstanding care for future generations of people in the region.

Thorpe Hall Hospice

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New ‘Garden World’ store takes shape

Dobie Garden Centre

Artist's impression of the Dobbies Garden World planned for King's Lynn - image: Dobbies

The new Dobbies ‘Garden World’ store has started to take shape on Hardwick Road.

The framework for the Tesco-owned Dobbies joint store is being put up and the company hopes the store will be open by the end of the year.

A Tesco representative said: “We are really looking forward to serving customers and the community in the months ahead. We hope to open our store in time for Christmas this year.”

Tesco won planning consent for the redevelopment in November 2010, when it said it was hoping to create about 1,000 local jobs.

Dobbies will also be creating an £8 million garden centre as part of the mixed use redevelopment planned for the former Campbells site.

This will be the first time that Dobbies, which has 32 stores across the UK, will be trading from the same joint site as a Tesco superstore.

The centre will also boast a restaurant and farm food hall selling locally grown farm produce.

The site masterplan also includes provision for a new hotel, car showroom, restaurant and pub, as well as additional employment space as part of the second phase.

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Italian Food Market coming to town

Italian Food Market

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Holey Moleys! Sweets and coffees galore in Norfolk Street

Wendy Graver.    Photo: Alan T Shearer

Wendy Graver. Photo: Alan T Shearer

Moleys Sweet and Coffee shop in Norfolk Street

Moleys Sweet and Coffee shop in Norfolk Street


A new sweets and coffee shop which opened just before Christmas, is starting to build up a regular clientele.

Moleys, which sells traditional sweets and delicious flavoured coffees, is situated in Norfolk Street. There’s also a sleekly decorated cafe inside, where people can have a snack and sample the coffees.

“I’m building up a lot of regular customers,” said owner Wendy Graver, “but there’s still a lot of people don’t know I’m here, and don’t realise there’s a cafe at the back.”

“The shop front is so small, people just walk past the door, and don’t even notice we are here.”

Wendy is also creating a website where customers can buy online, and plans to be on the social networks soon.

Wendy is doing a promotion until the end of March offering any hot drink for £1.25. At this price well worth dropping in to sample her wide selection of flavoured coffees. (See Voucher below)

Moleys can be found next door to QD’s and opposite Holland & Barratt.

 

 

Moley's Cafe, at the rear of the shop.

Moley’s Cafe, at the rear of the shop.

Sweets galore, inside the store.

Sweets galore, inside the store.

Moleys in Norfolk Street are doing any hot drink for £1.25. T... on Twitpic

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Craft Centre gets off to flying start

Craft Centre 1b 600

A new Craft centre, run by Emma Smith and her partner David Skeggs, has got off to a flying start in Norfolk Street.

It’s taken over the former ‘Wooden Tops’ furniture shop next to the old ‘Deck of Cards’. When we visited, the shop was a hive of activity, with people constantly coming and going.

Emma Smith @thecraftcentre

Emma Smith @thecraftcentre Photo: Alan T Shearer

“It’s a rent-a-shelf shop for artists and crafters. They can come in, rent a shelf and sell their items from here. We charge them £10 a week, and there’s no commission charged,” said Emma

“At Christmas there was a mad rush for all the craft fairs, so I thought it would be really nice to set up somewhere that gave people their chance to buy the crafts all year round.

“We also run a craft group that meets every other Saturday. It’s free for anyone to come along to, and they can make something different each time. All they have to do is bring along the materials.

“We’ve got a photography studio upstairs, which is run by my sister, and have plans to open an art gallery. We want to open a little tea room too.”

“A lot of people say they come in and don’t want to go, because they feel like it’s their shop. It’s building into a really nice little community.

“At the moment we’ve got over 40 sellers, and we’ve only been open 4 weeks. It’s going really well, and we’ve got more people on a waiting list. I want to keep plenty of variety.

“My great grandad ran a rent-a-shelf antique shop in Market Deeping, so it kind of runs in the family.

“Sixty years ago this was a haberdashery shop that was run by a lady, and a photographer called Dick Goodchild had a studio on the second floor. So history has come full circle!”

Emma from Cherry Baby @cherrybaby

Emma from Cherry Baby @_Cherry_Baby_ Photo: Alan T Shearer

Emma, from Cherry Baby was stocking up her shelf:

“I’m displaying lots of jewellery and customised phone cases, glasses and shoes. I also rent a shelf at a couple of other places in Yorkshire and Chelmsford. People have approached me on Twitter and asked to put stuff in their shops.

“I’m inspired by every day life, art, and what I see people wearing. I’ve been doing this for about 2 years, and absolutely loving it. I started off in floristry , but I found my passion is with the jewellery. I adore making up something unique and fun.

“My jewellery has even appeared on the X-Factor, worn by some of the backing dancers!”

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Clandestine Cake Club founder to visit Lynn

Clandestine Cake Club-founder Lynn Hill

Clandestine Cake Club-founder Lynn Hill.
Photo: Emily Dennison-Lores

The brains behind a secret cake club is coming to King’s Lynn.

Thousands of baking fanatics have been meeting covertly in hidden locations around the UK with the same simple mission: bake, eat and gossip about cake!

And now the founder of the club, Lynn Hill, will be visiting King’s Lynn to sign copies of her Clandestine Cake Club book.

The event is taking place from 11.30am to 1.30pm on 14th February at Cook to Perfection in the High Street, and yes there will be cake! Members will be bringing along cakes with a Valentine’s theme.

“In 2010, I created the Secret Tea Room & Clandestine Cake Club and in 2011 National Cake Week,” said Lynn.

“I’m passionate about bringing people together where baking is at the heart of this. Meeting in secret and clandestine locations add mystique to the occasion and incorporating Themes at Clandestine Cake Club events add an element of adventure and experimentation when baking a cake.”

The Clandestine Cake Club now has over 6,000 registered members, and over 8,000 Twitter followers and Facebook fans. There are 150 Clandestine Cake Clubs predominately in the UK with clubs in Europe, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and even the Cayman Islands. It has featured in many national publications and appeared on BBC’s The One Show.

Clandestine Cake Club book

Clandestine Cake Club book

Melanie Done of Cook to Perfection said “If anyone would like to join the King’s Lynn and West Norfolk CCC and make a cake to bring along to the book launch then they need to contact me to book a place. Otherwise, anyone can attend to meet Lynn and purchase a copy of the CCC Cookbook to be signed.”

Melanie can be contacted on 01553 767575 or by email at cakeclub@cooktoperfection.co.uk

Cook to Perfection is owned by husband and wife team Alastair and Melanie Done. Last year they were winners of The Housewares Innovation Award. A wide range of kitchenware and sugarcraft is stocked, as well as offering cake tin and stand hire and a knife sharpening service. Brands at Cook to Perfection include Emma Bridgewater, Cath Kidston, GreenPan, SodaStream, Le Creuset, and Polie Pottery.

www.cooktoperfection.co.uk

www.clandestinecakeclub.co.uk

The King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Clandestine Cake Club at The Winch Pub 22nd January 2013

The King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Clandestine Cake Club at The Winch Pub 22nd January 2013

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Late night shopping

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It’s your chance to ‘shop till you drop’ every Thursday evening in the lead up to Christmas, as King’s Lynn stores keep their doors open till late.

Participating shops are open until 9pm every Thursday evening from 29 November to 20 December. Most of the town’s big shops will stay open until late on these days.

Car parking will be free on all of King’s Lynn’s surface car parks from 5pm until 9pm on Thursday 29 November and Thursday 6, 13 and 20 December.

For details of shops in Lynn, visit our Shops Page.

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Sainsburys new store ~ your verdict!

Our intrepid newshound Alan T Shearer has been asking shoppers what they think of the new Sainsburys super-store in King’s Lynn …

We also asked people on Twitter what they thought …

MJ Ray@mjray
no because the roadworks by it destroyed my tyre yesterday http://www.fillthathole.org.uk/hazard/72747

James Wallis@JamesWallis1979
It’s laid out well,seems to be a lot more choice and products.

Glynn Burrows ‏@NorfolkTours
More nails in the local shopkeepers’ coffins. Lynn High Street is dead already, we don’t need more out of town shops!

Kevin Smith ‏@bigsmudger
was expecting better from @sainsburys after all the hype. The store looks nice but, staff seemed miserable and prices too high

alison tilly@atilly67
just popped over to sainsburys, amazing what they have done to the area lovely shop

Yvonne Hume@Hume_Author
Nice store, gentle lighting and good environment.

Norfolkwren ‏@norfolkwren
Won’t be going anywhere near it…at least til after Xmas. It’s Ely for me for shopping…..

Lynn Sharpe@GenieWiz
Loved it. We’d been using Sainsburys at Longwater but wished we had one nearer – now we do! Much more choice with bigger store.

Abbie Panks@abbiepanks
Been to have a look at new giant Sainsburys in King’s lynn. They sell virtually everything and more. Makes me fear for town centre.

c king@chris_king1970
a lot of empty shelves for a new store prices still expensive not very impressed at all

Canaries Soccer FC@CanariesSoccer
I like the new road.
Retweeted by King’s Lynn Online

Canaries Soccer FC@CanariesSoccer
haha the store was ok really, a supermarket is a supermarket at the end of the day. Good for the town in general though.

Dave Williams@manc_dave_69
just been 2the new sainsbury’s…big store but it actually looks quite empty, 2many staff looking lost #OverHypedOverPriced!!

Louise Frost@LoulabelleF
beats Tesco hands down, amazing range, loads of great offers & no empty shelves even at 19:30!

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Sainsbury’s new super-store opens in King’s Lynn

Sainsburys Super Store Staff

Sainsbury’s officially opened the doors of its new store at Hardwick Road, King’s Lynn today, creating over 400 new jobs for local people. The 72,000sq ft store is Sainsbury’s eleventh in Norfolk and one of the most energy efficient in the country.

Henry Bellingham MP has welcomed the addition of the new store to King’s Lynn: “I am absolutely delighted that one of Britain’s favourite companies has made such a significant investment in King’s Lynn. Not only is it a state of the art store featuring many environmentally friendly systems, it is going to be a very significant employer in the town. It is also an important endorsement for King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, and sends a very strong signal that this is a truly great place to work and live.”

All the familiar favourites will be in store including a variety of Sainsbury’s own-label food ranges, such as ‘basics’, ‘by Sainsbury’s’, ‘Taste the Difference’, ‘Be good to yourself’, ‘SO Organic’, ‘freefrom’ and Fairtrade in a modern and comfortable shopping environment. The store will have many key features, including deli, meat, fish and bakery counters.

The new store will also boasts a range of green technologies helping it consume less energy and also generate its own renewable energy on site. These will help reduce the store’s impact on the environment and contribute to the company’s overall environmental target of reducing its carbon emissions by 30% by 2020.



Features include

  • A wooden structure from sustainable sources – 30% less heat due to its natural insulation
  • 1,000 solar panels on the roof generating electricity – Sainsbury’s currently hosts the largest multi-roof array in Europe
  • Ground Source Heat Pumps under the car park using geo-exchange technology to provide the store’s heat requirement
  • Natural refrigeration for fridges and freezers – reducing carbon emissions by 33%
  • Rainwater harvesting and water saving measures – reducing water consumption by 50%
  • Comprehensive customer recycling facilities
  • Zero food waste to landfill

Sainsbury’s King’s Lynn is also looking forward to supporting the local community too, and it has already built a strong relationship with many local businesses, organisations and charities. Scotty’s Little Soldiers has been selected as the store’s local charity partner of the year and over the next 12 months Sainsbury’s colleagues will take part in a series of fundraising activities to support the charity.

New store manager, Chris Pardoe, who joins the store from Sainsbury’s Longwater in Norwich, said: “We are excited about opening the doors to our customers and showing them all the new things Sainsbury’s has to offer. The store provides a wide range of our popular Tu clothing and homeware, just in time for Christmas shopping. It’s also been built to reduce its impact on the environment.

“We’re looking forward to becoming part of the local community and working closely with this year’s chosen charity partner, Scotty’s Little Soldiers.”

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New Sainsburys store opens 9am Wednesday!

sainsburys staff

Sainsbury’s will officially open the doors of its new store at Hardwick Road, Kings Lynn on Wednesday 21 November, creating over 400 new jobs for local people.

The new 72,000sq ft store is Sainsbury’s 11th store in Norfolk and one of its most energy efficient stores in the country. A wide range of new services will be available at the store, such as a mobile phone shop, nail bar, dentistry and holistic services – all of which are firsts for Sainsbury’s.

Sainsburys Cafe

All the familiar favourites will also be in store including a variety of Sainsbury’s food ranges including the popular ‘Basics’, ‘by Sainsbury’s’, ‘Taste the Difference’, ‘Be good to yourself’,‘SO Organic’, ‘freefrom’ and Fairtrade ranges in a modern and comfortable shopping environment. The store will have many key features, including deli, meat, fish and bakery counters.

The new store will also boasts a range of green technologies helping it consume less energy and also generate its own renewable energy on site. These will help reduce the store’s impact on the environment and contribute to the company’s overall environmental target of reducing its carbon emissions by 30% by 2020.

Features include:

• A wooden structure from sustainable sources – 30% less heat due to its natural
insulation
• 1,000 solar panels on the roof generating electricity – Sainsbury’s currently hosts the
largest multi-roof array in Europe!
• Ground Source Heat Pumps under the car park using geo-exchange technology to
provide the store’s heat requirement
• Natural refrigeration for fridges and freezers – reducing carbon emissions by 33%
• Rainwater harvesting and water saving measures – reducing water consumption by
50%
• Comprehensive customer recycling facilities
• Zero food waste to landfill

Artists impression of the new Sainsbury's super store

Artists impression of the new Sainsbury's super store.

Sainsbury’s King’s Lynn is also looking forward to supporting the local community too, and it has already built a strong relationship with many local businesses, organisations and charities. Scotties Little Soliders has been selected as the store’s local charity partner of the year and over the next 12 months Sainsbury’s colleagues will take part in a series of fundraising activities to support the charity.

New store manager, Chris Pardoe, who joins the store from Longwater in Norwich, said:

“We are excited about opening the doors to our customers and showing them all the new things Sainsbury’s has to offer. The new store will provide a wide range of our popular Tu clothing and homeware, just in time for Christmas shopping. It’s also been built to reduce its impact on the environment. We’re also looking forward to joining our store at the Vancouver Centre in becoming part of the local community and working closely with this year’s chosen charity partner, Scotties Little Soldiers.”

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Sainsbury’s announce opening date of new store

Artists impression of the new Sainsbury's super store

Artists impression of the new Sainsbury's super store.

The new Sainsbury’s super store near the Hardwick Roundabout is now set to open on Wednesday 21st November, at 9am..

In addition to the store, Sainsbury’s and Morston Assets are constructing a new Link road between Scania Way and Queen Elizabeth Way. This will help improve access to this part of King’s Lynn, facilitating the expansion of the Hardwick Industrial Estate and helping attract new businesses and jobs.

The new Sainsbury’s superstore will cover an area of 70,000 sq ft, offering a wider range of products and services for their customers in King’s Lynn. There will be 600 car parking spaces at the store, including specific parent and child, and disabled spaces.

Sainsburys Cafe

Sainsburys have also promised:

  • A wider range of products and services for customers in King’s Lynn
  • A customer restaurant
  • Sainsbury’s To You online delivery service
  • A new petrol station
  • Around 600 car parking spaces
  • Over 300 new jobs created at the Sainsbury’s store
  • Funding to enable Pinguin Foods to invest in new buildings and facilities, ensuring the firm’s long-term future in King’s Lynn
New Link Road

The new link road will create better access to the new Sainsbury’s superstore and improve traffic flow around the busy Hardwick Roundabout.

The new link road will bring a number of important benefits to King’s Lynn:

  • Creating better access to the site of the proposed new Sainsbury’s superstore
  • Enabling access to the expanded Hardwick Industrial Estate and opening up this key site for new employment development
  • Improving access and traffic movements for businesses already located in the area
  • Helping to divert traffic from the busy Hardwick Roundabout
  • To keep up to date on progress, you can visit the website sainsburys-kingslynn.co.uk

Sainsburys Master Plan,

Sainsburys Master Plan,

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Hotter Shoe Store Creates 10 New Jobs in Lynn

Hotter Shoes

The UK’s biggest shoe manufacturer, Hotter Comfort Concept will create 10 new jobs when it opens a new store in King’s Lynn on Thursday 29th November.

Located at 83 High Street, the new opening is part of a dynamic expansion programme for the shoe maker, which has seen it open 25 new shoe stores across the UK in the last two years with plans to open an additional 15 by the end of 2012.

Hotter Shoes enjoys high street stand-out thanks to its exceptional retail environment where shoppers enjoy a full shoe fitting service by trained staff that are hand-picked for their customer friendly approach and manner.

The leading shoe brand has expanded rapidly over recent years selling shoes direct to its customers from its onsite call centre, via www.hotter.com and has been nominated to be part of the Made By Britain campaign.

Shoe shoppers in King’s Lynn can enjoy a high standard of customer service in the new store and some of the most comfortable, stylish shoes they have ever worn.

Retail Director, John Nicholas, commented: “We’re delighted to be bringing British designed, comfortable and quality shoes to King’s Lynn while creating 10 new jobs! Once you’ve tried on a pair of Hotter Shoes, you’ll understand the true meaning of comfort and never want to take them off.”

He added: “I’m proud to say we have a really enthusiastic and dedicated team here and we’re looking forward to welcoming new customers, giving them great service and shoes that will make their feet happy! Hotter Shoes is the UK’s biggest shoemaker and we are committed to designing and making comfortable footwear, we will make 1.5 million pairs of shoes in our Lancashire factory this year and every pair is carefully crafted to offer the ultimate comfort feel and fit.”

Hotter prides itself on the technology of each shoe made in its Lancashire factory, where designers work hard to create stylish shoes with hidden comfort features; including deep toe boxes with space for toes to wiggle, softly padded heels and lightweight, shock absorbing soles. Hotter believes that the first time you try on a Hotter shoe you have a Hotter Moment as you experience how comfortable and spacious shoes can be.

The store will open on Thursday 29th November where the new Hotter team will be ready to welcome the King’s Lynn crowds.

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Test the Market returns

Market Stalls

Entrepreneurs are being encouraged to test out their business ideas on markets in King’s Lynn and Hunstanton once again this November as Test the Market returns.

In June the borough council launched the Test the Market initiative to help bring diversity to the regular markets by attracting new traders and raising awareness of the markets amongst shoppers.

The scheme, which enabled would-be traders to take a stall for free proved popular, attracting thirty new traders over the course of the promotion week (7-12 August).

From Tuesday 6 November the scheme will become a monthly event. In the first full week of every month free stalls will be available to people wanting to explore the feasibility of a business idea. Regular traders will also be given their pitches for free at this time.

Anyone who would like to take up a free stall on the King’s Lynn markets on Tuesday 6, Friday 9 or Saturday 10 November or Hunstanton’s Sunday 11 November market should call 01553 616222 or email markets@west-norfolk.gov.uk before 31st October 2012.

Cllr Alistair Beales, Cabinet Member for Regeneration, said: “We are working to promote and support entrepreneurialism as a way of boosting the local economy. Market stalls are a great low-risk way for people to try out a business idea and a good number of people responded enthusiastically when we first launched Test the Market last summer so I hope it will be just appealing this time.”

Mr Darrel Keen of DK Fresh Cut Flowers & Plant Supplier, said: “Holding regular initiatives, such as Test the Market, is a good idea. It helps to improve the market and increases customer numbers which will benefit everyone. We all need to encourage more stalls on to our markets so that we don’t lose them – just look at Norwich Market which is full of different types of traders. This initiative will help fill the market with unique stalls and encourage shoppers to take a new look at their local market .”

As a further way of helping new traders get started, the markets team is offering new traders a buy one month and get one month free deal. This will only be available once to each new trader and will require the new trader to pay for three weeks’ pitches in advance. Other conditions may apply. For full details please contact the markets team on 01553 616222.

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Halloween Celebrations in the Town Centre

King’s Lynn open air shopping centre, The Vancouver Quarter is getting ready to celebrate Halloween with free town centre activities.

On Wednesday 31st October, from 3pm, children will be able to head into King’s Lynn and take part in free trick or treating in the town centre.

Abbie Panks, Vancouver Quarter Marketing Manager said “we look forward to this event every year; it’s always lovely to see so many children and their families dressed up for the occasion.

Last year most of the stores in the town centre got involved, acting as trick or treat stations which alongside the other activities created a wonderful atmosphere, one we hope is replicated this year”

The Vancouver Quarter we also be joined by Norfolk based charity The Fairyland Trust who will be running a magic wand making drop in workshop (essential kit for witches and wizards). Other activities will be face painting and a fancy dress competition at 5pm.

Vancouver Quarter Happy Halloween

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