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Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk

The Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk covers the Hunstanton, Downham Market and King's Lynn areas of Norfolk. Site provides information on services, tourism, leisure and transport.
Telephone:
01553 616200

Website:
www.west-norfolk.gov.uk

Castle Rising History Group

The Castle Rising History Group was formed in 2004, in order to learn more about the history of this most interesting village. The group, which meets regularly to investigate some of the facts and people associated with the village's history. New members are always welcome.
Telephone:
01553 631076

E-mail
f.cooke1@btopenworld.com

Website:
www.castle-rising-history.co.uk

Council Information Centre: Hunstanton

Visit in person There are Council Information Centres in King's Lynn, Hunstanton, and Downham Market  At any of our Council Information Centres you can: Get advice and information Get help to access a council service online Make a payment for council services online Appointments If you cannot resolve your enquiry…
Telephone:
01553 616200

Website:
www.west-norfolk.gov.uk

Council Information Centre: King's Lynn

Visit in person There are Council Information Centres in King's Lynn, Hunstanton, and Downham Market  At any of our Council Information Centres you can: Get advice and information Get help to access a council service online Make a payment for council services online Appointments If you cannot resolve your enquiry…
Telephone:
01553 616200

Website:
www.west-norfolk.gov.uk

Dersingham Library Family History and Computer Volunteers

You can book one-to-one sessions with our volunteers.  Just ask staff for details.
Telephone:
01485 540181

E-mail
libraries@norfolk.gov.uk

Website:
www.norfolk.gov.uk

Discover Downham

The brand new centre, Discover Downham has now opened. Please come and see us at our brand new centre on Priory Road, open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 10am - 4pm. Entry is free. New interactive displays focus on Work and Play, Fenland life and Conflict…
Telephone:
01366 384428

E-mail
info@discoverdownham.org.uk

Website:
www.discoverdownham.org.uk

Docking Heritage Group

The Docking Heritage Group was formed in 2007 as part of Norfolk County Council’s ARCH (Archiving Rural Community History) project. It is a busy and active group, currently with more than 40 members, that researches, records and presents the history and heritage of Docking. The Heritage Room,…
Telephone:
01485 518659

E-mail
helena@dockingnorfolk.co.uk

Website:
www.dockingheritage.org.uk

Downham Market by Design

Downham Market by Design is a group of townspeople, independent of any political group or local government organisation, who care about the town its communities and its future. Its meetings take the form of discussions and workshops. It creates opportunities for people to join in…

Downham Market Family History Society

Downham Market Family History Society is a non-profit organisation set up to promote interest in family history. It is a small independent group and everyone is welcome. Its meetings are informal social occasions where you can come for a coffee and a chat and get help and advice on tracing…

Downham Market Library - Community Marketplace Morning

Come along and chat to some local organisations about the services they provide. Organistions present: LILY - Living Independently in Later Years. Careline - improving the homes and lives of older, vulnerable and disabled people. Care and Repair - Home Improvement Agency for King's Lynn…
Telephone:
01366 383073

E-mail
libraries@norfolk.gov.uk

Website:
www.norfolk.gov.uk

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