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Fenland Family History Society

The Fenland Family History Society was founded in 2001 to promote and encourage the study of family, local and social history with particular reference to persons having lived in, or having been associated with, the historical area now known as Fenland. Fenland comprises the former…

Fenland Family History Society Computer Research Sessions

Our team of experienced researchers will be in Wisbech Library on the first Tuesday of each month. They offer help with family research to anyone attending. Using all the Library facilities including two subscription programmes for FREE. If you bring your laptop they will show…

Fincham Local History Society

The Fincham Local History Society is a fledgling group that meets every two months to discuss and research the village history. For details on the next meeting, please contact Janet or Anna on the details below.
Telephone:
01366 347694 Janet Lynskey, 01366 347440 Anna Lynskey

Forties Lynn

Activities all across the town centre explore life on the Home Front More details to follow

Friends of Hardwick Road Cemetery

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 Museum

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:…
Telephone:
01553 775001

Website:
www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk

Friends of St. Nicholas' Chapel

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…
Telephone:
01553 774471

E-mail
vetheridge@thecct.org.uk

Website:
www.stnicholaskingslynn.org.uk

Gaywood Library - Bishop's Lynn With or Without Gaywood?

Bishop's Lynn With or Without Gaywood? – Saturday 12th May 6pm – 7pm Free public lecture. No need to book, just come along.
Telephone:
01553 768498

Gaywood Library - Rebel Queen

Rebel Queen - 4th May 7.30pm Gaywood Library is pleased to host the dramatic tale of the Rebel Queen. This is a show for adults that uses storytelling to tell the tale of Queen Boudicca as she raised an army of fierce Britons to fight…
Telephone:
01553 768498

Gaywood Library - The History of Oxburgh Hall

The History of Oxburgh Hall - Wednesday 25th April 1-2pm Tickets £3, refreshments included, payable on booking. Booking essential. 
Telephone:
01553 768498

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