Memories of childhood at Lynn Museum

What are your memories of childhood? What were your schooldays like? What childhood games did you like to play? A new exhibition at the Lynn Museum touches on the stories of childhood over the last two centuries. Childhood objects from the museum collections together with photographs and paintings offer snapshots of the changing experience of […]

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Local residents win £500 of vouchers every month for their recycling efforts

Residents of the Borough of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk have a chance to win £500 in vouchers every month just for recycling, thanks to a new scheme that was launched to households in May. West Norfolk Recycling Rewards is open to all households in King’s Lynn and West Norfolk and is free to participate […]

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Honey you’re so retro! Super 8 Film Night

Greyfriars Art Space is presenting an evening of lo-fi Super 8mm movies. Artist Chris Mizsak (BellArt Labs, Cambridge Super 8 Group) will be spooling up a random selection of vintage newsreels, cinema ads, documentaries, abridged features, cartoons, and other oddities in glorious, grainy cine film. Got any old home movies you’d like to screen? Dust […]

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Popular ‘Trues Talks’ are back

Every Thursday at 1pm from 29th September to 17th November the Museum will be holding the 12th series of the immensely popular True’s Talks. Admission is free, but with ticket only as numbers are limited, so booking is essential. Tickets are available at the Museum from 30th August. The talks cover a variety of local […]

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Heritage Open Day 2016

Join in England’s annual celebration of local history and architecture. On Sunday 11th September it’s your chance to have a wonderful FREE day out exploring King’s Lynn’s historic buildings. The King’s Lynn Civic Society working with the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, the Red Badge Town Guides, businesses, residents and Friends groups […]

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Summer Fun at Lynn Museum

Every week of August at Lynn Museum there are three different activities to keep the whole family happy – a themed trail, a hands-on activity morning with crafts and object handling and an afternoon storytelling event. With themes changing each week there is always something new to enjoy. For your budding mini Palaeontologist head down […]

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Songs from the Sea and Lynn Ballads

Songs from the Sea & Lynn Ballads is coming to True’s Yard on the 2nd of September at 6-8pm. Lynn ballads by the talented Mr Gareth Calway of Room at the Hanse and local band The Fried Pirates who’ll be performing history through folk song. Tickets cost £10 and are available at the museum. Refreshments […]

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Fairytales and Legends returns

Fairytales and Legends returns to King’s Lynn town centre on Sunday 21 August for a day of magic, enchantment, princesses and superheroes! After last year’s success, Fairytales and Legends is back. This fun free event is a great day out for children and families, packed full of things to see and do. Activities take place […]

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North Lynn Community Café

The North Lynn Community Café is a central point for information where people can gain access to community services, activities, information and gain support with any other needs they may have. Services and activities that are currently available include: ◾Wealth of leaflets and links with support organisations and voluntary sector ◾Benefits advice including form filling […]

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Summer activities at Stories of Lynn

Stories of Lynn is holding two fun activity days for children, over the summer holidays. Stories of Lynn is King’s Lynn’s new and exciting attraction, exploring the town’s 800-year history. Based at Lynn’s beautiful and historic town hall, it offers a great day out for all the family. And now it’s offering two special activity […]

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Mods and Rockers – the bikes are back in town!

Last year’s extremely popular event Mods and Rockers Classic Scooter and Motorbike Meet returns to King’s Lynn on Sunday 7 August, 10am to 4pm in the Tuesday Market Place. Once again, the historic market place will be lined with vintage and modern two- and three-wheeled vehicles, polished to perfection and ready to dazzle. Exhibitors and […]

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Historic vessel prepares to launch onto the Great Ouse

An historic King’s Lynn vessel is preparing to moor close to the Custom House in final preparations for a permanent launch onto the river. The Baden Powell, built in 1900 by Walter Worfolk, is currently having some professional attention to her hull in a specialist boatyard in St Osyth, near Colchester, paid for with a […]

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King’s Lynn welcomes more Covent Garden street performers

King’s Lynn’s summer of street performances continues, with the next act arriving this Saturday. Eight talented and unusual acts are still to perform shows across four Saturdays from July to September, adding to an already packed programme of free events. The performers will be in Baxter’s Plain in the Vancouver Quarter, and shows will take […]

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Cancer specialists to answer questions in town centre

Cancer information and support is coming to the people of Lynn on Wednesday 20 July courtesy of Macmillan Cancer Support’s mobile service. A team of cancer information specialists will be stopping off in the Vancouver Quarter to answer questions, provide support and inform people about local cancer services. It’s open to anyone, no matter what […]

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Forties Lynn is just days away!

This Sunday, Forties Lynn is back, and everyone is invited to come along and join the fun! The Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk’s popular event Forties Lynn: Life on the Home Front returns on 17 July from 10am to 4pm. Once again, the town centre of King’s Lynn will host fun free […]

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Explore the hidden archives of Trues Yard

There’s a unique opportunity to explore the fascinating archives at Trues Yard Museum this weekend. On Saturday 9th July from 10:30am to 3:30pm the Museum is holding an open day for the Pat Midgley Research Centre. In 2015 True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum secured £56,500 in Heritage Lottery Funding to improve their archives and research centre. […]

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