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Sat, May 17 - Sun, Sep 14
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  Red Mount Chapel and South Gates - King's Lynn
For 2014, both the Red Mount Chapel and the South Gates are open Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Entrance free, voluntary donations for maintenance gratefully received. Make a picnic, take all the family and learn some of Lynn’s wonderful History. The Red Mount Chapel is situated in The Walks and the South Gates on London Road.


Fri, Jun 06 - Fri, Oct 31
10:00 AM - 4:30 AM
  Burney Festival Exhibition - The Custom House, Purfleet Quay, King's Lynn, PE30 1HP
As part of the Burney Festival visit Charles Burney’s music room and see the costumes, instruments and furniture typical of his life and times. Discover more about Charles Burney’s friends, a collection of interesting and extraordinary people. Read about the life of the ‘Literary Phenomenon’ Fanny Burney a pioneering female novelist. See prints and portraits of the Burney family (provided with help from the National Portrait Gallery). Please note the exhibition is only open from 12 noon to 4.30pm on Sundays. Admission £1 adults and 50p children. For more information contact 01553 763044


Thu, Aug 28 - Tue, Sep 02
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Pop Up Shops - Dalegate Market, Burnham Deepdale, PE31 8FB
Here on the North Norfolk Coast we like to mix beautiful coast & countryside with a bit of retail therapy. Dalegate Market offers pop up shop space for independent retailers, so customers can find something different to the usual High Street offering. Pop Up Shops change every week. You'll find four new and interesting Pop Up Shops from Thursday to the following Tuesday each week. For this week’s Pop Up Shops visit www.deepdalefarm.co.uk


Sat, Aug 30 - Sat, Sep 20
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  'All The Tea and China' Exhibition - Greyfriars Art Space, 43 St James Street, King's Lynn (opposite Greyfriars Tower)
An exhibition of artwork celebrating 'the cup that cheers'. Go along on on Saturday 30 August, 2-5pm, at the opening of the exhibition and enjoy an afternoon of tea, cake and tea-themed poetry. Admission is free. Please note the exhibition is closed on Sundays.


Tue, Sep 02
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
  Lunch-time Recital - King’s Lynn Minster, Church St, King's Lynn, PE30 5EB
Recital by Robin Jackson and Maureen McAllister – Organ Duo. The café is open from 10.30am to 12:30pm. www.stmargaretskingslynn.org.uk


Tue, Sep 02
2:00 PM
  The Darker Side of Lynn - King's Lynn
This is not a ghost walk but from St Nicholas' Chapel to the Minster Church of St. Margaret this walk explores the 'darker side of Lynn'. You will visit sites reflecting the grimmer aspects of Lynn's history, including the ducking stool and the pillory. As you move through the centuries from the 14th to the 19th, you will hear tales of murder, treason, hangings and witchcraft. Meet at St Nicholas Chapel. Tickets £5 adult, £4 concessions and £1 children. For more information and to book contact 01553 763044, King's Lynn TIC at the Custom House. It is not essential to book but in the event of the walk being oversubscribed preference will be given to ticket holders.


Wed, Sep 03
1:00 PM
  Guided Walk - North End, King's Lynn
True’s Yard Presents Guided Walks of the North End. Enjoy a guided walk around the historic North End fishing quarter of King’s Lynn. The tour begins at True’s Yard. New to the tour this year is the Tuesday Market Place and it's fisherfolk connections. Finally explore Thomas Westwood’s Smokehouse and the last two remaining fisherfolk cottages in the town. The tour will end at the True’s Yard Museum where refreshments are available to purchase. Highlights include Pilot Street – The ‘High Street of the North End’, tales of smuggling and murders, True’s Yard historic cottages which have recently been refurbished. Each tour is different and families are welcome. Adults £4 including admission to the Museum (children half price). Group and private bookings are available. Contact True’s Yard for more information on 01553 770479 or email info@truesyard.co.uk www.truesyard.co.uk


Thu, Sep 04 - Mon, Nov 10
  In the Gallery - Westacre Theatre, River Road, Westacre, PE32 1UD
Exhibition showing the work of Brett Gardner, Emma Stickley & Diana Stickley. This exhibition of photos and paintings will reflect a love of the natural world and all the splendour it has to offer. Viewing of exhibitions at performance times or by appointment only. www.westacretheatre.com


Thu, Sep 04 - Tue, Sep 09
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Pop Up Shops - Dalegate Market, Burnham Deepdale, PE31 8FB
Here on the North Norfolk Coast we like to mix beautiful coast & countryside with a bit of retail therapy. Dalegate Market offers pop up shop space for independent retailers, so customers can find something different to the usual High Street offering. Pop Up Shops change every week. You'll find four new and interesting Pop Up Shops from Thursday to the following Tuesday each week. For this week’s Pop Up Shops visit www.deepdalefarm.co.uk


Fri, Sep 05
2:00 PM
  Historic Lynn - King's Lynn
Beginning at the Saturday Market Place and ending at the Tuesday Market Place, this walk shows the development of the Town, it's power and wealth, from 1100 to the present day and takes in familiar and less familiar buildings. Meet outside Tales of the Old Gaol House. Tickets £5 adult, £4 concessions and £1 children. For more information and to book contact 01553 763044, King's Lynn TIC at the Custom House. It is not essential to book but in the event of the walk being oversubscribed preference will be given to ticket holders.


Fri, Sep 05
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  Introduction to Churchyard Wildlife - Gayton, King’s Lynn
Norfolk Wildlife Trust are holding an Introduction to Churchyard Wildlife workshop (exact location given on booking). This will introduce wildlife and habitats associated with Churchyards and how to manage them in a sensitive manner for both people and wildlife. This workshop is free but booking is essential. For more information or to book please call 01603 598333. www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk


Sat, Sep 06 - Sun, Sep 07
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Pottery Weekend - Sandringham Study Hut
£60 Lunch not included. Further info contact tutor Julie Wigmore 07786 441192 juliewigmore@googlemail.com


Sat, Sep 06 - Sun, Sep 14
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  Art Exhibition - King's Lynn Arts Centre
St Germans Art Cub Annual Exhibition at the Red Barn Gallery, King's Lynn Art Centre. A lively exhibition with a wide range of subjects and media. All works are for sale at reasonable prices.


Sat, Sep 06 - Sun, Sep 14
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  Wildlife in Art Exhibition - King's Lynn Arts Centre
Fermoy Gallery, King's Lynn Art Centre, King Street, King's Lynn. Now in its 5th year,local and national artists exhibit works of art devoted to wildlife. All works are for sale.


Sat, Sep 06
2:00 PM
  Historic Lynn - King's Lynn
Beginning at the Saturday Market Place and ending at the Tuesday Market Place, this walk shows the development of the Town, it's power and wealth, from 1100 to the present day and takes in familiar and less familiar buildings. Meet outside Tales of the Old Gaol House. Tickets £5 adult, £4 concessions and £1 children. For more information and to book contact 01553 763044, King's Lynn TIC at the Custom House. It is not essential to book but in the event of the walk being oversubscribed preference will be given to ticket holders.


Sat, Sep 06
7:00 PM
  Country Line Dancing - Hiams Sports and Social Club, Putney Hill Road, Prickwillow, Ely, CB7 4UU
Country Line Dancing with live music by Stubby. Doors open at 7pm. £5.50 for members, £7.50 for non-members. Pay at the door. HIAMs is a friendly club that holds regular Ballroom & Sequence Dances, Country Line Dances and Rock'n'Roll Nights, with live music, all year round. It has a superb dance floor, a licensed bar, free parking and a pool table. For more information contact Wendy on 01353 860187 or visit hiamsportsandsocialclub.yolasite.com


Sun, Sep 07
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  Lace Making - Bircham Windmill, Great Bircham, PE31 6SJ
Lace making demonstration. Bircham Windmill is a 5-storey brick tower mill built in 1846. The mill has been restored to working order. Sails turn when windy, although not milling. Tea rooms and gallery; gift shop; bakery and baking shop. Sheep milking every afternoon at 2pm, sheep's cheese made on site and available to buy. For more information visit www.birchamwindmill.co.uk


Sun, Sep 07
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Wereham Village Fayre - Wereham Village Hall, PE33 9AP
Brilliant fun for all the family! Includes car boot, dog show, vintage cars, tractors, craft stalls, Marquettes display, games, bouncy castle, face painting, fish and chips, ice creams and much, much more........ All proceeds to Wereham Village Hall, registered charity 1151336. For more information contact Doreen or Nikki on 01366 500218 or 07789 695783


Sun, Sep 07
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Plant & Craft Fair - Elgoods Brewery, North Brink, Wisbech, PE13 1LW
Look around four acres of beautiful gardens, plus enjoy a variety of lovely plant and craft stalls. Entrance £3.50, proceeds to The Norfolk Hospice.


Sun, Sep 07
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  Dereham Band - Bandstand, The Walks, King's Lynn.
Free Concert.


Sun, Sep 07
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  Tea Dance - HIAM Sports and Social Club, Putney Hill Road, Prickwillow, CB7 4UU
Sunday afternoon Tea Dance with David Last. At HIAM Musicians are asked to play a true 50/50, that is, an equal number of Ballroom & Sequence dances, to give equal time to both Ballroom and Sequence dancers. Doors open at 1pm. Pay at the door - £3.50 for members and £5.50 for non-members. HIAMs is a friendly club that holds regular Sunday Tea Dances, and, on Saturday nights, Ballroom & Sequence Dances, Country Line Dances and Rock'n'Roll Nights, with live music, all year round. It has a superb dance floor, a licensed bar, free parking and a pool table. www.hiam.org.uk


Mon, Sep 08
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  Pitting your Wits - Harding's Pits, King's Lynn
Go along to Harding's Pits and help Norfolk Wildlife Trust with a practical conservation task. Help to improve your local green space for people and wildlife. Find out more about upcoming events, guided walks, wildlife ID training, and much more. Burn off a few calories! No experience needed, all equipment provided. You do not need to be physically fit to join in, please go and do what you can. Free admission. No need to book. Meet at the junction of Wisbech Road and Winfarthing Avenue at 1pm and then take a short walk with the Community Officer to Harding's Pits. For more information on the practical task contact Mark Webster or Gemma Walker on 01603 625540. www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk


Mon, Sep 08
7:30 PM
  Women's Institute - Providence Street Centre, King's Lynn
Get together with other ladies to learn new things and enjoy hobbies, while spending time over a glass of wine! www.kingslynnonline.com


Tue, Sep 09
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
  Lunch-time Recital - King’s Lynn Minster, Church St, King's Lynn, PE30 5EB
Recital by Noboddyes Gigge. The café is open from 10.30am to 12:30pm. www.stmargaretskingslynn.org.uk


Tue, Sep 09
2:00 PM
  Historic Lynn - King's Lynn
Beginning at the Saturday Market Place and ending at the Tuesday Market Place, this walk shows the development of the Town, it's power and wealth, from 1100 to the present day and takes in familiar and less familiar buildings. Meet outside Tales of the Old Gaol House. Tickets £5 adult, £4 concessions and £1 children. For more information and to book contact 01553 763044, King's Lynn TIC at the Custom House. It is not essential to book but in the event of the walk being oversubscribed preference will be given to ticket holders.


Wed, Sep 10
1:00 PM
  Guided Walk - North End, King's Lynn
True’s Yard Presents Guided Walks of the North End. Enjoy a guided walk around the historic North End fishing quarter of King’s Lynn. The tour begins at True’s Yard. New to the tour this year is the Tuesday Market Place and it's fisherfolk connections. Finally explore Thomas Westwood’s Smokehouse and the last two remaining fisherfolk cottages in the town. The tour will end at the True’s Yard Museum where refreshments are available to purchase. Highlights include Pilot Street – The ‘High Street of the North End’, tales of smuggling and murders, True’s Yard historic cottages which have recently been refurbished. Each tour is different and families are welcome. Adults £4 including admission to the Museum (children half price). Group and private bookings are available. Contact True’s Yard for more information on 01553 770479 or email info@truesyard.co.uk www.truesyard.co.uk


Thu, Sep 11
  Amberley Hall Charity Golf Day - Middleton Golf Club
Teams of four £45 per person. The day includes: tea/coffee with bacon roll or croissant - first four tee off at 12 noon for 18 holes - two course meal with coffee. Team and individual prizes for nearest the pin and longest drive. There will also be a raffle with some fantastic prizes. For more details or to enter your team, please call Claire or Jeanette at Amberley Hall care Home on 01553 670600. Proceeds to The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House.


Thu, Sep 11 - Tue, Sep 16
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Pop Up Shops - Dalegate Market, Burnham Deepdale, PE31 8FB
Here on the North Norfolk Coast we like to mix beautiful coast & countryside with a bit of retail therapy. Dalegate Market offers pop up shop space for independent retailers, so customers can find something different to the usual High Street offering. Pop Up Shops change every week. You'll find four new and interesting Pop Up Shops from Thursday to the following Tuesday each week. For this week’s Pop Up Shops visit www.deepdalefarm.co.uk


Fri, Sep 12
2:00 PM
  Historic Lynn - King's Lynn
Beginning at the Saturday Market Place and ending at the Tuesday Market Place, this walk shows the development of the Town, it's power and wealth, from 1100 to the present day and takes in familiar and less familiar buildings. Meet outside Tales of the Old Gaol House. Tickets £5 adult, £4 concessions and £1 children. For more information and to book contact 01553 763044, King's Lynn TIC at the Custom House. It is not essential to book but in the event of the walk being oversubscribed preference will be given to ticket holders.


Fri, Sep 12
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  Walter Dexter by Charlotte Paton - Walter Dexter by Charlotte Paton
At an exhibition in King’s Lynn of Walter Dexter’s work in 2008, to mark the 50th anniversary of his death, it seemed that whilst everyone had an opinion about his work, no one knew anything very much about the man himself, his life and what shaped him. Charlotte Paton felt his life deserved a more in depth study and set out to find out about Walter Dexter this important King's Lynn man. For more information contact Megan Nurse on 01553 779095 www.kingslynnarts.co.uk


Sat, Sep 13
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  Mind Body & Spirit Fayre - Corn Exchange, Tuesday Market Place, King's Lynn
Over 70 stalls of Acupuncture, Aloe Vera, Angels, Aromatherapy, Astrology, Aura Readings, Books, Candles, Chakras, Clairvoyant, Counselling, Crystals, Drums, Fairies, Feng Shui, Gifts, Gongs, Healers, Herbs, Homeopathy, Incense, Jewellery, Massage, Meditation, Mediumship, Music, Skincare, Personal Development, Psychic Art, Psychic Surgery, Reflexology, Reiki, Shiatsu, Spirit Guides and Tarot. Workshops and Lectures with top presenters covering everything from Angels to Zumba. Tickets on the door £2.50, accompanied under 16's free. www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk


Sat, Sep 13
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  Coffee Morning - Village Hall, Watlington
You are invited to go along to the Watlington W.I. coffee morning for a lovely social occasion, in aid of the Norfolk Hospice. There will be a raffle, cakes, plants, books tombola, bric-a-brac, Fairtrade, craft and much more. Entrance is £2 and includes tea or coffee, children free. www.norfolkhospice.org.uk


Sat, Sep 13
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  Owl Handling & Crafts - Leverington Village Hall
Owl handling with Norfolk owls and a small selection of crafts. Raffle, Refreshments. Entrance £3 to hold an owl. All monites to Norfolk Owls.


Sat, Sep 13
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  Charity Carboot - Hudson Fen, Pott Row, Chapel Road, Cross Road, PE32 1BP
Fortnightly car boot sale - plant stalls, hot food & drink and a snack/cleaning products stall along with the regular carbooters. Refreshments and toilets available. Huge field to fill, no need to call, just turn up. Skate park for the older ones and a play area for the little ones. £5 pitch, Strictly open to booters only from 12pm and public from 1pm. All proceeds to Hudson Fen Leisure Ltd Charity no. 1128187. For more information contact Brian Roper on 07585 147957


Sat, Sep 13
2:00 PM
  Historic Lynn - King's Lynn
Beginning at the Saturday Market Place and ending at the Tuesday Market Place, this walk shows the development of the Town, it's power and wealth, from 1100 to the present day and takes in familiar and less familiar buildings. Meet outside Tales of the Old Gaol House. Tickets £5 adult, £4 concessions and £1 children. For more information and to book contact 01553 763044, King's Lynn TIC at the Custom House. It is not essential to book but in the event of the walk being oversubscribed preference will be given to ticket holders.


Sat, Sep 13
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
  Love Hurts Actually! - King's Lynn Arts Centre
Whether you love or hate the Richard Curtis love fest that was Love Actually, Matt Panesh will have you laughing in recognition at the reality of how true love does not “actually” run smoothly. He is billing his irresistible one-man play as the “Unofficial Sequel” to the Hit Film featuring Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, Martin McCutcheon and Liam Neeson. Then after an interval drink Matt offers you a bonus half of his irreverent stand up performance poetry. A fast, furious and fun night! For more information contact Megan Nurse on 01553 779095 www.kingslynnarts.co.uk


Sat, Sep 13
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  Ballroom & Sequence Dancing - HIAM Sports & Social Club, Putney Hill Road, Prickwillow, CB7 4UU
Ballroom & Sequence Dancing with music by Leigh Murfet. At HIAM Musicians are asked to play a true 50/50, that is, an equal number of Ballroom & Sequence dances, to give equal time to both Ballroom and Sequence dancers. Doors open at 7pm. Pay at the door. £4.50 for members £6.50 for non-members. HIAMs is a friendly club that holds regular Sunday Tea Dances, and, on Saturday nights, Ballroom & Sequence Dances, Country Line Dances and Rock'n'Roll Nights, with live music, all year round. It has a superb dance floor, a licensed bar, free parking and a pool table. www.hiam.org.uk


Sun, Sep 14
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  Charity Clay Pigeon Shoot - New Roman Bank, Walpole X Keys, PE34 4HL
Terrington Community Fund in association with Fair Clay Targets invite you to their annual Charity Clay Pigeon Shoot. 40 Bird Sporting: £15 per round - High Gun £150, 2nd £75, 3rd £50. 2 Man Flush: £12 per Team - Cash Prize Highest Pair. 10 Bird Pool Shoot: £4 per entry - £15 every 15 Guns. New for this year's event 5 Man DTL unlimited entries! "Beginners Have a Go - Guns, Tuition & Cartridges Supplied". Barbeque and Refreshments available all day. Further Details and Map Available on www.terringtoncommunityfund.com


Sun, Sep 14
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  Stick Making - Bircham Windmill, Great Bircham, PE31 6SJ
Stick making demonstration and stall. Bircham Windmill is a 5-storey brick tower mill built in 1846. The mill has been restored to working order. Sails turn when windy, although not milling. Tea rooms and gallery; gift shop; bakery and baking shop. Sheep milking every afternoon at 2pm, sheep's cheese made on site and available to buy. For more information visit www.birchamwindmill.co.uk


Sun, Sep 14
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Heritage Day - King's Lynn
This yearly event is a fantastic opportunity to explore King’s Lynn’s historic buildings. Look out for special events, talks and exhibitions. Click on this link for full details ... www.kingslynnonline.com


Sun, Sep 14
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Classic Car Day - King's Lynn


Sun, Sep 14
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Fun Day - Knights Hill Hotel, South Wootton, King’s Lynn, PE30 3HQ
Norfolk Rivers Trust Wildlife Fun day in association with Norfolk Wildlife Trust. Meet and find out more from environment and wildlife organisations from around Norfolk. Free wildlife activities for the whole family. Discover the history of the Gaywood Valley with a free walk and talk led by Dr Clive Bond (Booking required see attached poster). Brush up on your wildlife photography skills with a free photography workshop and session (Booking required see attached poster). Free parking and refreshments available. Free event! www.norfolkriverstrust.org


Sun, Sep 14
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  Equestrian & Car Boot Sale - Willow Tree Farm, Hillington (on the A148)
Equestrian sale and car boot. Open to sellers at 9am. Cars £5 each, admission by donation. Refreshments available. Proceeds to The Norfolk Hospice.


Sun, Sep 14
11:00 AM
  Massed Morris Dancing - Thornham
The King's Morris & their guest teams, will be dancing at: - 11.00am Drove Orchards (farm shop complex), PE36 6LY, 12.30pm The Orange Tree, PE36 6LY and 1.30pm The Lifeboat Inn, PE36 6LT. Followed by an afternoon of folk music and song in The Lifeboat Inn. www.thekingsmorris.co.uk


Sun, Sep 14
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  Concert - The Walks Bandstand, King's Lynn
King's Lynn Town Band playing.


Tue, Sep 16
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
  Lunch-time Recital - King’s Lynn Minster, Church St, King's Lynn, PE30 5EB
Recital by Charles Edmondson of Kendal. The café is open from 10.30am to 12:30pm. www.stmargaretskingslynn.org.uk


Tue, Sep 16
2:00 PM
  Georgian Lynn & The Brilliant Burney Family - King's Lynn
As part of the Burney Festival and the King's Lynn Festival follow in the footsteps of the talented Burney family as you explore splendid Georgian Lynn and discover their contribution to the cultural life of the town. Meet at St. Nicholas Chapel. Tickets £5 adults, £4 concessions and £1 children, available from the TIC at The Custom House. For more information contact 01553 763044


Tue, Sep 16
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  Barter Party - King's Lynn Arts Centre
Do you have stacks of books cluttering your shelves or clothes that you no longer wear? One solution: The Barter Party! It’s very easy. 1 item donated = 1 ticket. 1 ticket = 1 new item of your choice (10 items maximum). No electrical items or perishables permitted. An amazing evening of exchange. Books, jewellery, clothes, bric-abrac… well... whatever you want! For more information contact Megan Nurse on 01553 779095 www.kingslynnarts.co.uk


Wed, Sep 17
1:00 PM
  Guided Walk - North End, King's Lynn
True’s Yard Presents Guided Walks of the North End. Enjoy a guided walk around the historic North End fishing quarter of King’s Lynn. The tour begins at True’s Yard. New to the tour this year is the Tuesday Market Place and it's fisherfolk connections. Finally explore Thomas Westwood’s Smokehouse and the last two remaining fisherfolk cottages in the town. The tour will end at the True’s Yard Museum where refreshments are available to purchase. Highlights include Pilot Street – The ‘High Street of the North End’, tales of smuggling and murders, True’s Yard historic cottages which have recently been refurbished. Each tour is different and families are welcome. Adults £4 including admission to the Museum (children half price). Group and private bookings are available. Contact True’s Yard for more information on 01553 770479 or email info@truesyard.co.uk www.truesyard.co.uk


Wed, Sep 17
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  Wednesday Playreaders - Westacre Theatre, River Road, Westacre, PE32 1UD
Group readings of classic plays in an informal atmosphere. Led by Sue Smalley. £3 per session. For more information visit www.westacretheatre.com


Thu, Sep 18 - Tue, Sep 23
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Pop Up Shops - Dalegate Market, Burnham Deepdale, PE31 8FB
Here on the North Norfolk Coast we like to mix beautiful coast & countryside with a bit of retail therapy. Dalegate Market offers pop up shop space for independent retailers, so customers can find something different to the usual High Street offering. Pop Up Shops change every week. You'll find four new and interesting Pop Up Shops from Thursday to the following Tuesday each week. For this week’s Pop Up Shops visit www.deepdalefarm.co.uk


Thu, Sep 18
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  Albert Einstein: Relativively Speaking! - King's Lynn Arts Centre
Join the genius behind the übercoolest moustache in science, for a lecture like no other. Songs, history, puns, and even proper peer-reviewed theoretical physics. “Something close to brilliance” ***** The Times; “The clearest – and certainly the funniest – explanation of the Theory of Relativity I know” John Lloyd (creator of QI). For more information contact Megan Nurse on 01553 779095 www.kingslynnarts.co.uk


Fri, Sep 19
2:00 PM
  Historic Lynn - King's Lynn
Beginning at the Saturday Market Place and ending at the Tuesday Market Place, this walk shows the development of the Town, it's power and wealth, from 1100 to the present day and takes in familiar and less familiar buildings. Meet outside Tales of the Old Gaol House. Tickets £5 adult, £4 concessions and £1 children. For more information and to book contact 01553 763044, King's Lynn TIC at the Custom House. It is not essential to book but in the event of the walk being oversubscribed preference will be given to ticket holders.


Fri, Sep 19
6:00 PM
  Madama Butterfly - Westacre Theatre, River Road, Westacre, PE32 1UD
Opera Australia present Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour, a special screening for one night only! Tickets £40, including a special ‘Pop-Up’ buffet with mouth-watering Spanish inspired hot and cold tapas in conjunction with Strattons and the Brecks Food Festival. To book visit www.westacretheatre.com or phone 01760 755800


Fri, Sep 19
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  Concert - All Saints Church
Kings Lynn Male Voice Choir in aid of Trues Yard, with it's main theme being WW1 remembering those lost in the Great War, plus some choir favourites. contact: John OConnell phone: KL 630441


Sat, Sep 20
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  Book Signing - Waterstones, Norfolk Street
Popular children's author Jasper Cooper returns to King's Lynn to talk about and sign his new book Gordo, a thrilling fictional adventure based on the true event of one of the first monkeys into space in 1958. A thrilling adventure story for monkeys of all ages! Further details: 01553660111


Sat, Sep 20
2:00 PM
  Historic Lynn - King's Lynn
Beginning at the Saturday Market Place and ending at the Tuesday Market Place, this walk shows the development of the Town, it's power and wealth, from 1100 to the present day and takes in familiar and less familiar buildings. Meet outside Tales of the Old Gaol House. Tickets £5 adult, £4 concessions and £1 children. For more information and to book contact 01553 763044, King's Lynn TIC at the Custom House. It is not essential to book but in the event of the walk being oversubscribed preference will be given to ticket holders.


Sat, Sep 20
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  Ballroom & Sequence Dancing - HIAM Sports & Social Club, Putney Hill Road, Prickwillow, CB7 4UU
Ballroom & Sequence Dancing with music by Stuart Burr. At HIAM Musicians are asked to play a true 50/50, that is, an equal number of Ballroom & Sequence dances, to give equal time to both Ballroom and Sequence dancers. Doors open at 7pm. Pay at the door. £4.50 for members £6.50 for non-members. HIAMs is a friendly club that holds regular Sunday Tea Dances, and, on Saturday nights, Ballroom & Sequence Dances, Country Line Dances and Rock'n'Roll Nights, with live music, all year round. It has a superb dance floor, a licensed bar, free parking and a pool table. www.hiam.org.uk


Sun, Sep 21
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  Jam Stall - Bircham Windmill, Great Bircham, PE31 6SJ
Treat yourself to one of the lovely Jam's available on the Jam stall in the Tea Room. Bircham Windmill is a 5-storey brick tower mill built in 1846. The mill has been restored to working order. Sails turn when windy, although not milling. Tea rooms and gallery; gift shop; bakery and baking shop. Sheep milking every afternoon at 2pm, sheep's cheese made on site and available to buy. For more information visit www.birchamwindmill.co.uk


Sun, Sep 21
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Open Gardens - Stow Hall, Stow Bardolph, Kings Lynn, PE34 3HU
The gardens at Stow Hall have been in place since the early 1800’s and are constantly being changed and developed. Stow Hall Gardens are located a 5 minute walk from Church Farm within the village of Stow Bardolph. Admission - adults £4, children (under 16) free. For more information visit www.churchfarmstowbardolph.co.uk


Tue, Sep 23
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
  Lunch-time Recital - King’s Lynn Minster, Church St, King's Lynn, PE30 5EB
Recital by Stephen Hogger of SS. Peter & Paul, Lavenham. The café is open from 10.30am to 12:30pm. www.stmargaretskingslynn.org.uk


Tue, Sep 23
2:00 PM
  Historic Lynn - King's Lynn
Beginning at the Saturday Market Place and ending at the Tuesday Market Place, this walk shows the development of the Town, it's power and wealth, from 1100 to the present day and takes in familiar and less familiar buildings. Meet outside Tales of the Old Gaol House. Tickets £5 adult, £4 concessions and £1 children. For more information and to book contact 01553 763044, King's Lynn TIC at the Custom House. It is not essential to book but in the event of the walk being oversubscribed preference will be given to ticket holders.


Tue, Sep 23
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  Drama Workshops - Westacre Theatre, Westacre, PE32 1UD
Drama workshops for young people - DownStage for school years 7, 8, 9. Tuesdays 23, 30 September, 7, 14, 21 October, 5, 11, 18 & 25 November. £45 for nine sessions. To book and for more information visit www.westacretheatre.com


Wed, Sep 24
10:30 AM
  Musical Coffee Morning - St John's Church in the Walks, Blackfriars Road, King's Lynn
Entertainment by Nigel Singleterry and Jonathan Chaddock on piano & organ. Entry free, refreshments available before the concert. Donations invited for the refurbishment of St John's Good News Centre. www.sjkl.org.uk


Wed, Sep 24
1:00 PM
  Guided Walk - North End, King's Lynn
True’s Yard Presents Guided Walks of the North End. Enjoy a guided walk around the historic North End fishing quarter of King’s Lynn. The tour begins at True’s Yard. New to the tour this year is the Tuesday Market Place and it's fisherfolk connections. Finally explore Thomas Westwood’s Smokehouse and the last two remaining fisherfolk cottages in the town. The tour will end at the True’s Yard Museum where refreshments are available to purchase. Highlights include Pilot Street – The ‘High Street of the North End’, tales of smuggling and murders, True’s Yard historic cottages which have recently been refurbished. Each tour is different and families are welcome. Adults £4 including admission to the Museum (children half price). Group and private bookings are available. Contact True’s Yard for more information on 01553 770479 or email info@truesyard.co.uk www.truesyard.co.uk


Thu, Sep 25 - Tue, Sep 30
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Pop Up Shops - Dalegate Market, Burnham Deepdale, PE31 8FB
Here on the North Norfolk Coast we like to mix beautiful coast & countryside with a bit of retail therapy. Dalegate Market offers pop up shop space for independent retailers, so customers can find something different to the usual High Street offering. Pop Up Shops change every week. You'll find four new and interesting Pop Up Shops from Thursday to the following Tuesday each week. For this week’s Pop Up Shops visit www.deepdalefarm.co.uk


Thu, Sep 25
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  Drama Workshops - Westacre Theatre, Westacre, PE32 1UD
Drama workshops for young people - UpStage for school years 10, 11, 12, 13. Thursdays 25 September, 2, 9, 16 & 23 October, 6, 13, 20, 27 November £45 for nine sessions. For more information and to book visit www.westacretheatre.com


Thu, Sep 25
7:30 PM
  Talk - Wader Ringing in the Wash - Hunstanton Methodist Church Hall
The West Norfolk group of the Norfolk Wildlife Trust invites you to an illustrated talk by Tim Turner. Hunstanton Methodist Church Hall, Austin Street. £2.00 members / £2.50 visitors


Fri, Sep 26
10:00 AM
  Corporate Golf Day - Fincham & Swaffham
This event is organised by Timbers Country Lodge, who are raising funds for Helen Asquith who needs a power chair. Helen was married at Timbers and suffers from M.E. The day starts with a full English breakfast at Timbers, Lynn Rd, Fincham, at 10am and then progresses to Swaffham Golf Club. There is a lot going on after the golf, including dinner and presentation in the evening. For more details visit www.timberscountrylodge.co.uk


Fri, Sep 26
2:00 PM
  Historic Lynn - King's Lynn
Beginning at the Saturday Market Place and ending at the Tuesday Market Place, this walk shows the development of the Town, it's power and wealth, from 1100 to the present day and takes in familiar and less familiar buildings. Meet outside Tales of the Old Gaol House. Tickets £5 adult, £4 concessions and £1 children. For more information and to book contact 01553 763044, King's Lynn TIC at the Custom House. It is not essential to book but in the event of the walk being oversubscribed preference will be given to ticket holders.


Fri, Sep 26
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
  Quiz Night - South Wooton Village Hall, PE30 3LJ
Quiz night on behalf of Guide Dogs. Cost £5 each, teams of 6, prizes include wine, gift vouchers etc. as donated. Raffle, nibbles provided. Please take your own drinks. Organised by Kings Lynn and District fund raising group


Sat, Sep 27 - Sat, Oct 11
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  Coastlines Exhbition - Greyfriars Art Space, PE30 5BZ
A solo exhibition of contemporary artworks, inspired by the very different coastlines of Cape Cornwall and Norfolk, by Mari French. Mari French is a professional artist, based in Norfolk, and has exhibited throughout the UK. She was recently selected as a finalist in the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition 2014.


Sat, Sep 27
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  Charity Carboot - Hudson Fen, Pott Row, Chapel Road, Cross Road, PE32 1BP
Fortnightly car boot sale - plant stalls, hot food & drink and a snack/cleaning products stall along with the regular carbooters. Refreshments and toilets available. Huge field to fill, no need to call, just turn up. Skate park for the older ones and a play area for the little ones. £5 pitch, Strictly open to booters only from 12pm and public from 1pm. All proceeds to Hudson Fen Leisure Ltd Charity no. 1128187. For more information contact Brian Roper on 07585 147957


Sat, Sep 27
2:00 PM
  King's Lynn During the Great War (Walk) - King's Lynn
What was it like to live in King's Lynn during the years 1914 to 1918? While Lynn's young men went to war, fighting in the Army and Navy, those left at home found themselves facing new challenges, including enemy attack. In January 1915 Lynn fell victim to one of the first Zeppelin attacks over England. Find out how the people of Lynn rose to the challenge. Meet at the War Memorial in Tower Gardens. Tickets £5 adult, £4 concessions and £1 children. For more information and to book contact 01553 763044, King's Lynn TIC at the Custom House. It is not essential to book but in the event of the walk being oversubscribed preference will be given to ticket holders.


Sun, Sep 28
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  Sunday Bazaar - Memorial Hall, 20a School Road, Wiggenhall St Germans, Kings Lynn, PE34 3DR
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled. www.brightenupalife.org.uk


Tue, Sep 30
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
  Lunch-time Recital - King’s Lynn Minster, Church St, King's Lynn, PE30 5EB
Recital by John Stephens of Great Yarmouth Minster. The café is open from 10.30am to 12:30pm. www.stmargaretskingslynn.org.uk


Tue, Sep 30
2:00 PM
  Historic Lynn - King's Lynn
Beginning at the Saturday Market Place and ending at the Tuesday Market Place, this walk shows the development of the Town, it's power and wealth, from 1100 to the present day and takes in familiar and less familiar buildings. Meet outside Tales of the Old Gaol House. Tickets £5 adult, £4 concessions and £1 children. For more information and to book contact 01553 763044, King's Lynn TIC at the Custom House. It is not essential to book but in the event of the walk being oversubscribed preference will be given to ticket holders.




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