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The Friends of Hardwick Road Cemetery meet at the cemetery on the third weekend of each month to carry out clearing of overgrown graves and the recording of memorial inscriptions. In the summer months they hold a series of guided walks and have an annual…
The Friends of King’s Lynn Musuem are a group of people interested in all aspects of the work of Lynn Museum and the part it plays in the cultural life of the town. Membership is open to all. Join today and receive the following benefits:…
For over 600 years the wonderful carved roof angels, the dazzling stained glass and the history contained within St Nicholas' Chapel have inspired locals and visitors alike. To protect this rich history for the future and enable this incredible building to remain as one of the…
The group is for volunteers to help enhance and manage the wildlife environment in the Gaywood Valley for the benefit of the community as well as wildlife. There are practical tasks, wildlife surveys, walks, talks and visits. The Gaywood Valley Conservation Group is supported by the…
Visitors to Stories of Lynn can take a guided tour of the museum, with one of our expert tour guides. The tour will take you around the museum and exhibition, and give you the opportunity to learn more about the history of the building and view some of the…
The Heacham and Criteuil-la-Magdeleine Twinning Association enjoys bi-annual visits to its twinned village in France which is situated a few kilometres south of Cognac in south-west of the country. On alternate years it hosts return visits to Heacham. The group meet on the 2nd Wednesday…
Monthly talks start at 7.30pm (doors open 7.15pm) Refreshments served, tickets on the door £4 non members & £3 for members of DMDHS
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…