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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Water ski racing this weekend

The Hanseatic Water Ski Race takes place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 July, and excitement is mounting as more details about the event are announced. From 9:30am on Saturday, and 10am on Sunday, speedboats will race at up to 100 mph along the River Ouse in 8 different races. This unforgettable sight is best […]

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Free entertainment in town with a 1940’s twist

There’s an exciting start to kick off the King’s Lynn Festival season this year – On Saturday 16th July, visitors can enjoy free entertainment in various town centre locations with a 1940’s twist including: Hoofbeat Street Band– 11.30am – 1.30pm playing jazz, folk and classical music outside RBS Bank (next to Argos) Travelling by Tuba– […]

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Vamps to headline Festival Too 2016

British indie rock band The Vamps are set to headline this year’s free Festival Too series of concerts on Saturday 2nd July. Their debut single “Can We Dance”, debuted at number two on the UK Singles Chart in 2013. They followed with chart hits “Wild Heart” and “Last Night” in 2014. More hits followed with […]

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New Next store set to open on Tuesday

A brand new Next clothing store is coming to King’s Lynn and it’s going to be more than double the size of the current one. Opening tomorrow (Tuesday 21st June) at 10am, the new store, just a stone throws away from the current Next on Pier Point Retail Park, will stand an ample 25,000sq.ft. Store […]

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‘Brexit’ ~ Are you ready to vote?

Local voters are being reminded to make sure they are ready to take part in the EU Referendum on 23 June. Across King’s Lynn and West Norfolk • There are 113,209 eligible voters • 107 polling stations will be open • 274 polling station staff will be on duty Ray Harding, Counting Officer for King’s […]

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CANCELLED ‘Brexit’ debate

This debate at the King’s Lynn Academy has been cancelled in light of the tragic death of MP Jo Cox. A debate aimed at helping those still undecided on whether Britain should leave or stay in the European Union is being held in King’s Lynn next week. North West Norfolk MP Henry Bellingham and Toby […]

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Celebrating King’s Lynn at The Walks

Celebrate King’s Lynn takes place in The Walks on Saturday June 11. It’s a free and fun event to Celebrate the amazing town and community we live in. The day will be full of exciting activities including fete type stalls such as face painting and balloon dressing. There will be sports activities, inflatables, live music […]

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Celebrate the Roaring Twenties !

The Roaring Twenties is a free family event that is being held to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday. On Sunday 12 June 1920s-themed events will take place from 10am-4pm, at the Tuesday Market Place, Baxter’s Plain in the Vancouver Quarter, Lynn Museum, and the town hall gardens. On the Tuesday Market Place The Ragroof Players […]

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Lions Fun Day 2016

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Covent Garden street performers coming to Lynn

Covent Garden’s street performers are world-famous, and a selection of the best will be swapping London for King’s Lynn this summer. Eleven acts will perform shows across six Saturdays from June 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 […]

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Tornado Trail launches

Following on from the success of last year’s Spitfire trail and to celebrate the borough’s connections with RAF Marham over the last 100 years, 15 sponsored and uniquely decorated model Tornados have been positioned around the town with 24 accompanying history boards telling the story of RAF Marham. Organised by Flight Lieutenant Pauline Petch of […]

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