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Volunteers are sought to help run some of King’s Lynn’s most historic buildings, and anyone who is interested is urged to find out more. A variety of roles are available for heritage volunteers at six of King’s Lynn’s most visited attractions. They are:• Stories of…
The Hunstanton and District Civic Society is an independent voluntary group with a growing membership that organises a number of events throughout the year including exciting and informative talks by experts on diverse subjects. It also operates the Hunstanton Heritage Centre which is located at 15 The Green,…
The Hunstanton Heritage Centre contains various memorabilia relating to the town's history, such as: Fossils and other objects found on the beach Posters about the town’s history  The Neolithic site St. Edmund’s landing The Le Strange family The railway from King’s Lynn to Hunstanton 1953…
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Welcome to … Jurassic Quarter! The Vancouver Quarter have taken a leap back in time and have brought the age of Dinosauors to the Vancouver Quarter! The Vancouver Quarter have taken a leap back in time and have brought the age of Dinosaurs to the…
The King’s Lynn Civic Society was founded to protect the town's rich heritage and to influence the way the town evolves to meet challenges and change. It wants King’s Lynn to blend historic and modern in the best way possible and its aim is to make…
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The Hanse Festival returns to King's Lynn on Sunday 12th May, celebrating the history of the port of King's Lynn.
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