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Swaffham Museum

We are a small, independent social history museum for Swaffham and the surrounding villages. Annual exhibitions plus displays from the Stone Age to the modern. Home of the Symonds collection of figures based on characters from literature and history. Local heroes include Howard Carter the…
Telephone:
01760721230

Website:
www.swaffhammuseum.co.uk

Terrington St. Clement History Group

The Terrington St.Clement History Group researches and archives information about the village, its history and the people who have lived there. New members are welcome.
Telephone:
01553 828428

E-mail
jbh@interads.co.uk

Website:
www.terringtonhistory.co.uk

Tilney All Saints History Group

Tilney All Saints Local History Group ​researches and records the history of the village to make it readily available for future generations. Members undertake various tasks involved in the research and recording of local history, for example, sharing their own stories, searching for photos and…
Telephone:
01553 827216

E-mail
june.history@btinternet.com

True's Yard Fisherfolk Museum

True’s Yard Museum is a social history museum in King’s Lynn's historic North End fishing quarter. Although most of the North End was knocked down in the slum clearances of the 1930s and 1960s a few cottages survived and these have been renovated and now form part of…
Telephone:
01553 770479

E-mail
info@truesyard.co.uk

Website:
www.truesyard.co.uk

Visit West Norfolk

Discover the huge range of events going on all year round in West Norfolk. Whatever your interest there's something happening in the area to suit you.
Telephone:
01553 763044

E-mail
kings-lynn.tic@west-norfolk.gov.uk

Website:
www.visitwestnorfolk.com

West Dereham Heritage Group

The West Dereham Heritage Group researches and records the past of its village to learn more about the local area. The group meets monthly, generally on the third Thursday of the month, at the Village Hall, West Dereham, to enjoy regular speakers or outings. The annual subscription fee is currently £15.

West Norfolk and King's Lynn Archaeological Society

The West Norfolk and King's Lynn Archaeological Society is a group of people interested in West Norfolk and its history. The Society organises a series of lectures on archaeology topics which focus on West Norfolk and invites lecturers from further afield when the topic is relevant…
Telephone:
01553 671239

E-mail
clivejbond@aol.com

Website:
www.wnklas.greehawk.org.uk

West Norfolk Metal Detecting Club

The West Norfolk Metal Detecting Club consists of enthusiastic metal detectorists of all ages, from beginners to the experienced. The group meets on the second Monday of the month (except August) at the Workers Club, King’s Lynn, to discuss recent finds, to socialise and to enjoy occasional…
Telephone:
07737 048362

E-mail
kevin.elfleet@virgin.net

Website:
westnorfolkmetaldetectors.co.uk

Worfolk Boat Trust Volunteers

The Worfolk Boat Trust is a King's Lynn-based charity that is undertaking the restoration of two former fishing vessels. It aims to make the boats sea-worthy so that passengers can be taken out to The Wash or upriver to see the Fen landscape.  New volunteers are…
Telephone:
01553 772329

E-mail
info@floatourboat.co.uk

Website:
www.floatourboat.co.uk

Workers' Educational Association

The WEA (Workers' Educational Association) is a charity and the UK’s largest voluntary sector provider of adult education, delivering 9,500 part-time courses for over 74,000 people each year in England and Scotland. It provides high quality, student-centred and tutor-led education for adults from all walks…
Website:
www.wea.org.uk

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